"I don't understand numbers. I just don't get how it works. I used to receive a call from Fox (co-producer) every day about the collections and I would say 'Is it good or bad?' and they would say, 'It's a very good news'. This film has made those kind of numbers, so obviously many people have watched the film," Sonam said at a press meet for 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo', where Salman Khan and director Sooraj Barjatya were also present.

Sonam's dance in the title track has been extremely popular, with numerous videos by celebrities such as Richa Chaddha, 'Munni' Harshaali Malhotra and even the 'Dilwale' team dancing to her steps in them, which acted as a promotional tool for the film.

"Everybody is congratulating me. What I love is that I'm getting calls and messages from people who've never messaged or called in my life. And it's people not from the industry. I've been getting a lot of calls from Indians abroad who're watching the film and missing home so much. For me, that is the best thing, when something affects you emotionally in the best way," she said.

Sonam recently became a victim of trolls on the social media for her 'misogynistic' remark on the meat ban in Mumbai. But there are no trolls for her performance in the film.

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