One can't help but ask Sonam what gets her talking. ''My films'', she says promptly, ''Frankly, I don't believe in talking in between the films. Also, what I hate most is talking about my relationships. I find it in bad taste to allow my personal life to be known. I would rather talk about my work.''
Well, she is certainly talking a lot more this time around with Delhi-6 round the corner. Earlier in case of Saawariya, she hadn't opened up as much as now.
''Yes, I will talk about my film if something relevant is being asked. In the year gone by since the release of Saawariya, there weren't relevant things being asked from me so I chose to keep a distance. Now that the film is releasing, I am talking about it because it relates to my work'', Sonam justifies.
She goes on to add that she is ready to make exceptions and come in front of media even when a film of hers is not round the corner. ''True, after the release of Delhi-6, I guess I will get back to my personal life again. But yes, if I am taking part in any charitable event, I want people to know about it so that the message is conveyed and they too could contribute. Again, if I am endorsing something, I will be happy to be back in media glare because the product demands it.''