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This is probably the first time a major star has taken such a stand on the issue.
Two years after Raanjhanaa, Dhanush is back in Shamitabh with another brave and unconventional part that is far removed from his stardom down South. He today enjoys a pan-India connect that surpasses, dare I say, even that of his superstar father-in-law, Rajnikanth. He has managed to connect with the janta across the country. The looks and accent don't matter, and he has been embraced by the Mumbai film industry in the way America made Jackie Chan their own.
In a far cry from her image, Sonam during the interview is extremely considerate and hospitable, making sure you are comfortable. She is very garrulous. She can delve into just about any topic and talk about it for several hours at ease. She will talk about Paris and books, her career and Bollywood 'frenemies', all in the same breath.