Actress Sonam Kapoor, who is known for style statements, is a voracious reader and would like to pen down her autobiography some day.
"You know I think I am too young and inexperienced and I don't know if I have the talent to write, but you know everybody is narcissistic. I would like to write about my life one day or the other. I am an actor after all, but I don't know if right now I will be able to," the 26-year-old said here while launching the book "Two Mothers And Other Stories" by Khalid Mohamed.
Known as a fashion icon, Sonam would not touch the topic she is most known for in her book.
"Clothes and style is just my personal choice. It is not something I am obsessed with. May be romance," said Sonam while talking about the issues she would want to touch upon in her book.
Talking about how she learnt reading, she said: "I was being read to at a very young age by my mother. She would always read fables that had a meaning. She would always ask me what was the point behind the story," said Sonam.
"In the meantime, I was little annoyed with my mom... then she tried to make me more of a voracious reader... she would not finish the story and I used to get anxious to know the rest of it. So, I had no choice but to read it myself. So that's how I started reading so much," she added.
Sonam will soon be seen in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag" opposite Farhan Akhtar.