Sonam Kapoor is the next guest on Filmfare's newly-launched celebrity chat show titled Famously Filmfare, which is also premiered on Jio TV. The Bollywood actress spoke bout her first kiss and other aspects of her personal life.
The newly conceptualized property will be fronted by Jitesh Pillai, Editor Filmfare, who will be seen having a tete-a-tete with some of the biggest names in the industry.
The ever so cheerful Sonam will be seen making revelations like never before in the upcoming episode of Famously Filmfare. From talking about her first ever kiss to not believing in censorship, Sonam will be seen baring it all, including her preferences for men and her thoughts on dating actors.
Sonam goes onto make a candid confession about how she judges people based on the perfume they are wearing, much to the amusement of the host Jitesh Pillai. The actress in her peculiar silken voice will be answering a volley of questions put forth by the host in an unapologetic manner.
Famously Filmfare will be graced by a string of A-list celebs such as Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Siddharth Malhotra, Sonam Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and many more popular actors.
Jitesh Pillai as the host of the show, says, "Most interviews and chat shows follow a fixed question and answer format, this show however, is an attempt to be as unstructured and out of the box as possible. Famously Filmfare will take the viewer beyond the over-used, biased exterior of celebrities that we're subjected to every day, and actually make the effort to bring to the table, never before heard or seen content, one that will showcase personal anecdotes from their lives and give us real access to some unexpected and interesting stories. On the outside, the show can easily be taken as a conversation between two friends meeting over a meal".
The chat show will be produced and made available to audiences in six different languages besides the Hindi-English version which launches with Hindi film industry stars this May 2017. Other versions in the pipeline include, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Punjabi, Bengali and Malayalam.