Sonam Kapoor says 'films are like a religion in India' and 'we must preserve it' as she supports Film Heritage Foundation; Read on

As Sonam Kapoor supports the Film Heritage Foundation by Shivendra Singh, she called the Indian cinema a kind of religion and the need to preserve it; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: November 12, 2020 19:33 IST
Sonam Kapoor says 'films are like a religion in India' and 'we must preserve it' as she supports Film Heritage Foundation; Read on

Sonam Kapoor is the latest one to support the Film Heritage Foundation by Shivendra Singh Dungarpur, and talks about their initiative to preserve the cinema in India. She calls it a kind of religion in the country and talks about why it's important to preserve it. She talks from London to a leading tabloid, and said, "In India, films are religion and that’s for a reason. They are an important part of all of our lives, right from our childhood to our growing up years. As audiences and cinema lovers, it’s our responsibility to preserve and restore our cinema for future generations. There are many classics of Indian cinema that are lost and many that need to be preserved. Sadly, as we have not preserved our films, we don’t get to watch these movies beautifully restored as they should be. We must conserve it for more people to come and see our culture, our cinema, and the beautiful light that these films bring in our lives.”

 
She appreciated the foundation and how they are doing a great job in this field. "They’re doing such a wonderful job. In just a few years, they have built a movement for film preservation and I felt it was very important for me to support a cause that is committed to preserving our film legacy. As an actor and even a cinema lover, I would always want to go back to the cinema from any era and learn from it.”
 
The Ranjhana actress is currently staying at her London house with her hubby Anand Ahuja. She often shares her lovey-dovey pictures on social media and living a happy married life.




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