Here's how 'The Zoya Factor' star Sonam Kapoor's name is symbolic of her next film

Mumbai: 'The Zoya Factor' actress Sonam Kapoor has been creating a huge buzz ever since the first look of her most anticipated upcoming film co-starring Dulquer Salmaan came. Not just that, the actress's name coincides very well with the character of her titular role, Zoya.

Talking about the same, the sources say that the actress revealed to the makers of the movie that why was she named Sonam by her father, Anil Kapoor, "The meaning of Sonam is good luck. Anil named her Sonam because she brought luck to his life and his career, post that had picked up big time. So the story resonated with her and her character and thought she was more than perfect to play the role."

We are sure that Sonam would be able to get into the skin of her character with ease, as her character symbolizes her name's meaning with perfection. The Zoya Factor is definitely going to be known as Dulquer Salmaan’s power-packed Bollywood debut as he is alongside Sonam Kapoor in the upcoming romantic drama which is an Abhishek Sharma directorial. The film is based on Anuja Chauhan's best-selling novel 'The Zoya Factor'.

Zoya Factor is about a Rajput girl named Zoya Singh Solanki who meets the Indian Cricket Team through her job as an executive in an advertising agency and ends up becoming a lucky charm for the team in the 2010 Cricket World Cup. Eventually, Zoya falls for skipper Nikhil Khoda who doesn't believe in luck and superstitions.

‘The Zoya Factor’ is an unusual story about an advertising agent becoming a lucky charm for the Indian cricket team when she chances upon meeting the captain of the team and how it starts raining luck ever since then!

The film is being directed by Abhishek Sharma, and Fox Star Hindi is producing it. The film is slated to release on 20th September 2019.

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