Mumbai: Actress Sonam Kapoor feels that she cannot do away with technology being part of generation next. The 26-year-old was present at the FICCI frames event here Wednesday to light the lamp at the inaugural session.

"There are lot of benefits of such forums... like one gets to know about trends in the film industry, piracy, content, media, technology and various other things. I think being part of today`s generation I can`t do away with technology," Sonam  said.

"I am happy and excited. This is the second time I have been asked to speak at this forum, but I could not do it due to some reasons. It (FICCI-Frames) is an auspicious occasion and a great one for the film industry," she said.

The `Aisha` star also spoke about her sister-producer Rhea Kapoor`s upcoming film, `Herogiri`.

"My sister is going to make a film based on a book titled `Herogiri`. We have patented the book and this is for the first time that something of this sort has happened. With this, there would be no discussion or issue about the title, or stealing of content or creative idea," she said.

(Agencies)