She said: "My favourite hero I have ever worked with is Kareena Kapoor. I am telling you, it is the easiest thing to work with other women.
"Unfortunately, our conditioning is such that people expect women to pull other women down and compete with each other. But what's amazing is to actually work towards the same goal and create the best possible version of something. If all girls come together, they can literally move the world."
When asked why haven't there been enough films about female bonding, other than "Aisha" which also starred Sonam, the actress said: "'Aisha' wasn't a friendship film. It was a film about a girl and her friends. But this film is an ensemble film that is about each girl's journey. Each of us has an equally important story to tell.
"Of course, the story is about one of the friends getting married and it is from her perspective.
"It is a story about friendship, about girls... And I don't think such a film has been made before where it is entertaining, it is fun, it has got romance, dance and drama. It has got everything. Why can't women headline a female commercial film which has a story about girls?
"Hopefully, with everyone's support, I think this will bring about a change in the kind of films which are made and the kind of roles written for us."
"Veere Di Wedding", directed by Shashanka Ghosh, revolves around four friends attending a wedding. Presented by Balaji Motion Pictures, Anil Kapoor Films and Communication Network and Saffron Broadcast and Media Ltd, the film is scheduled to release on June 1.
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