Actress Sonam Kapoor, who plays an ultra-modern computer nerd in her upcoming film 'Players', is upset with the censor board's objection over her middle-finger act, clearly visible in the promos of the film.
She feels the censors need to broaden their minds, considering the exposure that the youth has these days.
'Yes, we showed the middle finger but the censors are not okay with it. They don't care what is happening on the internet. My teenage cousins are seeing things, worse things than what is happening in the cinema. Just one finger is not going to change anything,' the 26-year-old actress said while promoting 'Players' at a radio station here.
Earlier, Ranbir Kapoor was seen raising his middle finger in 'Rockstar', but the censors didn't object to this.
Sonam, daughter of actor Anil Kapoor, defended her act, terming it a part-and-parcel of the lives of today's youth.
'It's the normal language that we use in our day-to-day life, especially us young people. I am not saying that it is a good thing to do, but it's very today. If I am playing a girl of today, and I speak this way and I am not going to say the 'F' word, it will look very unreal,' she said.
Meanwhile, Sonam is happily lapping up all the praise coming her way for her uber-cool and hot look in 'Players'. Co-starring Abhishek Bachchan, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Bobby Deol and Bipasha Basu, the film will release Jan 6, 2012.
Sonam is also looking forward to working on Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag', opposite Farhan Akhtar.