I am pretty sure that after the release of Veere Di Wedding, Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Swara Bhasker & Shikha Talsania are going be one of the most loved gang of girls in Btown. The film’s sets are one big party, which is quite evident from the many photos the cast posts on Instagram.
However, looks like certain websites have assumed that 4 women working together is synonymous to catfights – and Sonam is not pleased with this assumption. She took to social media to clear the air and lashed out at websites that carry rumours based on this patriarchal stereotype.
Read it here:
Dear websites, you can put out as many 'blind items' as you like pitting women against each other, it may get you clicks but it won't be the truth. Must you insist on shoving this tired patriarchal concept of women cat fighting into our film (which is not about a road trip) as if grown, intelligent women have nothing better to do. We will continue to be actual friends and try and make a kick ass movie and prove that women can work with each other, get along and have a blast. Because we can, we are and we will continue to. And on schedule. Please keep in mind how outdated, irresponsible and harmful your narrative is and frustrating for a culture of women who actually want to work together. There is no place for it anymore. Sincerely, The Cast and Crew of Veere Di Wedding (Our items aren't blind) @reallyswara @shikhatalsania @poonamdamania @vdwthefilm @rheakapoor #kareenakapoorkhan
You go, Sonam! Here’s sending you & your veeres lots of love! <3