September 20 : Sonam Kapoor and co-star Dulquer Salmaan were busy promoting their film The Zoya Factor, based on Anuja Chauhan's book of the same title. Sonam left no stone unturned to make the film a hit. Kapoor played the character of Zoya, a girl who was considered as a lucky charm for the Indian cricket team during the World Cup 2011. As a promotion strategy, Sonam started a campaign asking people to talk about their lucky charm, and many of her Bollywood friends have shared video clips talking about their lucky charms.
Sonam shared many such videos on her Instagram handle. Today she shared a video of Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga co-star Rajkummar Rao and her sister Janhvi Kapoor. Janhvi sweetly revealed that her ‘Zoya Factor’ was that whenever she does something important she has to take the first step with her right foot.
Sharing the video, Sonam captioned it, “Sometimes it's the small things that make us feel better! You're perfect just the way you are @janhvikapoor. Thank you for sharing your quirky superstition with me #WhatsYourLuckyCharm #TheZoyaFactor”
Rajkummar, on the other hand, disclosed that he always carried a picture of Lord Krishna with him. Sonam thanked him and wrote, “Thank you @rajkummar_rao for sharing such a sweet and personal lucky charm.”
Sonam also uploaded a video clip of Aditya Roy Kapur, who revealed that he has a bunch of superstitions, and one of them was that he tied a black thread on his left ankle, which was told by his mother. “That’s quite a list of lucky charms you’ve got there, @adityaroykapur! Thanks for sharing them with us,” Sonam replied.
Earlier, Sonam had shared videos of Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Karan Johar, Varun Dhawan, Twinkle Khanna and Ananya Panday. Ananya revealed that her ‘Zoya factor’ was that she cracked her knuckles before every flight and if she failed to do so something negative happened. Ranbir, who worked with Sonam in Sanju, said that he has two lucky charms, and one of them was from his childhood, and how he worked hard to overcome that lucky charm.