Sonam Kapoor Ahuja Unveils her Deity Look in The Zoya Factor with a Motion Poster
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja has just shared another motion picture of her upcoming film, The Zoya Factor, introducing herself as India’s lucky charm.
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor Ahuja has been creating a buzz around her upcoming film The Zoya Factor, co-starring Dulquer Salmaan. The actress shared a motion picture on Wednesday on her Instagram page, a teaser preparing fans for “India’s lucky charm”. She wrote: “Ye lucky nahi, khud luck hai! Bringing you India’s lucky charm, shubh ghadi dekhte hi! (This is not lucky but luck itself is here! All will be revealed tomorrow! Get ready to meet India’s lucky charm!)” This was followed by another motion picture, shared by the actress earlier this morning, along with the caption, “The time is set for the big reveal of India’s lucky charm! I’m feeling lucky, are you?”
The actress has now finally shared "India's lucky charm" with another motion picture, where she can be seen in a devi avatar, clad in a bright saree, with sneakers, a cricket bat and helmet in her hands. She captioned it as, “Who needs Nimbu Mirchi, when you have Zoya Solanki! India’s lucky charm is here to turn tables around for you.”
A few months ago, Sonam had shared a poster of the film, which showed her and Dulquer standing in a stadium, looking fondly at one another. Directed by Abhishek Sharma, The Zoya Factor is based on author Anuja Chauhan’s book of the same name. The first look released earlier by the makers also showed Sonam and Dulquer holding a copy of the novel. The Zoya Factor is the story of a Rajput girl. an advertising executive, Zoya Singh Solanki who meets the Indian Cricket Team for professional reasons and ends up becoming a lucky charm for the team in the Cricket World Cup as it turns out that she was born at the same moment when India won it’s first World Cup in 1983. Zoya also falls for skipper Nikhil Khoda who is not a big believer of luck and superstitions. The film, directed by Abhishek Sharma, will be released on 20th September 2019.