New Delhi Oct 4: Bollywood fashionista Sonam Kapoor was spotted promoting Khalid Mohamed's documentary 'Little Big People' at the 15th Mumbai Film Festival.
Speaking on the occasion, the 28-year-old actress said that she was happy to attend the event for the amazing little documentary.
"First of all I am very excited to be at this festival, it's a great way to promote
beautiful Mumbai and beautiful industry and new film makers and different filmmakers and different films. I read a beautiful article today where many directors said different things about many actors but I have to say that I encourage this festival," she said.
"Besides all of that I am very happy to be here for this amazing little documentary which Khalid uncle has put together with these beautiful kids and I have had the opportunity of seeing some of it and hearing a lot about it from Khalid uncle from a while now so I am very excited," Kapoor said.
Meanwhile, Mohamed's documentary focuses on a cross-section of children in Mumbai whose stories have a universal resonance.
The documentary, which was shot for over an year on the streets, in alleyways and shanty dwellings, presenting an overview of the optimistic spirit of the city's children and also showcases the talent of eight children. (ANI)