Fashionista Sonam Kapoor finds nothing wrong in signing a film contract with a no-pregnancy clause. After the rumours of Vidya Balan pregnant did a round, the directors and producers who invest huge sum of money in a film, were thinking of bringing in the 'no-pregnancy' clause for the actresses to sign before doing a film.
It is a huge loss for the makers of a film, when they get to hear about the lead actress getting pregnant and not wanting to do the film further. Earlier, Aishwarya Rai made headlines when she got pregnant and opted out of many films. Sonam Kapoor when asked about the 'no-pregnancy' clause conveyed her views.
"It makes sense...it's professional," Sonam said here when asked on a no-pregnancy clause for actresses in Hindi filmdom.
"I don't think there's anything wrong in that. It's professional. I think it's normal," she added.
Daughter of veteran actor Anil Kapoor, Sonam is 28 years old and an eligible bachelorette of the Hindi film industry.
The discussion on whether a no-pregnancy clause be included in an actress's contract started when rumours of Vidya Balan's pregnancy surfaced. Vidya had denied the reports about her pregnancy., though she opted out of many films in her kitty due to her own reasons.
Even Shilpa Shetty had recently shared her opinion on the clause, saying that as long as a project is not delayed, it is okay to have a no-pregnancy clause for actresses.