Swara thought Sonam was an aw­ful per­son

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They bonded re­ally well on the set of Raan­jhaana (2013) and ac­tor Swara Bhaskar (be­low, left) says that her friend­ship with Sonam Kapoor (be­low, right) is 100 per cent Sonam’s ef­fort.

“I have no shame in say­ing that she is the one who not just be­friended me but won over my prej­u­dices by con­stantly try­ing to stay in touch. Get­ting to know her has been a sur­prise,” says Swara who adds that be­fore meet­ing Sonam, she had a dif­fer­ent per­cep­tion about her and thought she must be an aw­ful per­son.

“As an out­sider, you have a per­cep­tion about stars who are big­ger than you. Sim­i­larly, I’d a per­cep­tion of Sonam be­ing a star child and a fash­ion­ista,” says Swara.

Re­call­ing one of the in­ci­dents while she was shoot­ing for Raan­jhaana, Swara says, “One day, my van­ity (van) wasn’t work­ing and Sonam was like ‘Tell her to come to my van­ity.’ And I said no be­cause I didn’t want to be an in­truder. But she came to me with the curlers still in her hair. She made me sit in her van­ity (van). Ev­ery­time I chat with her, I dis­cover that she is an amaz­ing per­son.”

Swara con­cludes by say­ing she got her best com­pli­ments for Raan­jhaana from Sonam.

I have no shame in say­ing that she is the one who not just be­friended me but won over my prej­u­dices by stay­ing in touch SWARA BHASKAR, AC­TOR

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