"Seriously speaking, people like Rajshris do not exist any more", says Sonu fondly, "The kind of passion and dedication for cinema that I have seen in them can not be matched. They sleep, talk and breathe cinema. It's the intrinsic goodness in them which makes their films work and Ek Vivaah Aisa Bhi should not be any different. They pamper their artists so much that after you are through working with them, you almost feel stuffed while working with others. Rajshri folks really spoil you for life."
So is it going to be good–boy roles from here on if Ek Vivaah Aisa Bhi clicks?
"Thankfully I have never burdened myself with an image trap due to different kind of films that I have done throughout my career", says Sonu, "For me, getting into an image is not really a safe idea. I don't believe in it. I want surprises to keep coming to me so that I can continue to surprise my audience. Today, I get varied scripts to read and I take my own time to shortlist them. I try to do everything possible in order to bag different roles without worrying about an image."