Anil Kapoor-Sonam Kapoor’s Sweet Banter About The London Office Will Make You Go ROFL
The adorable father-daughter duo, Anil Kapoor-Sonam Kapoor is back with a fun banter and it’s about Sonam’s London abode
Sonam Kapoor is always in the news for her majestic choices which leave the viewers in splits be it fashion, movies or designing her own home in London. Sonam’s abode in London recently made headline for being the perfect marriage between the Indian and London culture. While viewers and friends dropped lots of love, father Anil Kapoor is planning to raid the place and have his meetings there claiming that it belongs to Anil in a fun way.
Sonam Kapoor recently shared a carousel of visually satisfying images of her home in London which was also a part of their September issue. The first carousel showed off their living space, bathroom, hallways. The second carousel showed their office space which is a 3 floor unit with crisp interiors having a perfect balance of colours.
Reacting to the second carousel post, Anil commented, “Looks phenomenal.. will definitely show off and keep my meetings in London in this office .. claiming it’s mine.” Sonam replied, “@anilskapoor please come visit us soon” followed by a crying face and heart-eye emojis.
Sonam also did a phenomenal photoshoot at her new home and posed on the couch wearing boots. Netizens quickly reacted to it and Sonam said that she’d apologise to Anand later in a fun way. Sonam Kapoor has been quite in the news lately as her producer, stylist sister Rhea Kapoor tied the knot with long term producer boyfriend Karan Boolani. It was an intimate affair and only near ones were invited.
Sonam has been living with Anand Ahuja in London’s Notting Hill for a few years now. Sonam had come to Mumbai from London recently, ahead of her sister Rhea Kapoor’s wedding ceremony. She returned to London on Wednesday and shared a video on Instagram after reaching there. On her professional front, Sonam will be seen next in Shome Makhija directorial Blind. The film is a remake of a Korean crime thriller. Earlier this year, in an Instagram post, she had called it an ‘insanely hard but creatively satisfying film’.