Sonam Kapoor
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor poses during a news conference, organised by The Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council, in Mumbai September 16, 2009.Reuters

Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor believes that pure romance has lost its charm since the advent of digitalization of love.

Speaking to media about her upcoming film 'Mausam,' the 26-year old actress said the movie would help her rediscover the lost charm of love. "Pure romance is lost somewhere and that's why we are trying to get that back," said the actress.

"Today people express their feelings on mails and SMSs. Although technology is cool, it is so impersonal and superficial. People can connect on a personal level through a handwritten paper. I feel that the bond that gets formed is not only personal, it also gets deeper. Obviously that connect is missing today," she said.

Speaking about her career, the actress, who made her debut in the romance film 'Sawariya'(2007), said: "I can be a better actor, a better dancer and a better orator. I think it is all a growth process. I know I can improve."

The actress is playing the character of a traditional Kashmiri girl named Aayat who falls in love with a squadron leader Harry (played by Shahid Kapoor) in the film. The movie is directed by Pankaj Kapoor.

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