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Kareena Kapoor already married with Saif

Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Our encounter with Kareena Kapoor arrived with a request: No more questions about her marriage to Saif Ali Khan, please. But when we met in the apartment she shares with Saif, filled as it is with paintings, sketches of Hollywood classics, caricatures and cartoons, books, family portraits and framed photos of Saif and Kareena, the couple and their son Ibrahim and Sara daughter, etc, we can not help it.

We have to ask about their relationship. Because if the floor radiates nawab flavor, it also has a touch bohemian heroin. Ecstatic at being praised for his performance in the heroine, Kareena let us into her heart.
Everyone is praising his performance in heroin. What Saif's take on it?
Saif not see that many Hindi films. Jab We Met (2007) was the last movie you watched me, and Dabangg (2010) Hindi movie was the last he saw! As for the heroine, is least bothered about the fuss around him.

The film industry is cruel to married actresses. Are you ready for this?
I am surprised by this thought cynical and tired! I would never jeopardize my career for my love, or vice versa. These are two separate ways in my life. Look at my mother-in-law. His best works were after her marriage. She is a great inspiration for me to figure. She supports my decision to work and so does Saif. He is free to work with whomever he chooses and I can work with anyone I want. Who knows! Maybe it's the change in the game!

As Kareena Kapoor Khan?
Why not? Saif and I have been living together for five years. We bought this place together and they did it together. I've been several times Pataudi. Everyone knows it. But we also have our own lives. We do our respective films and go home to the other. Being together has not changed our employment status, so how will it change now?


But it will not be Saif Ali Khan Mrs. marks a new chapter in your life?
Seriously, what's wrong with everyone! Saif and I just I can not understand the hype around the wedding. Hey, I'm married! We just need to legalize it in the paper and we are doing very soon!
What are your honeymoon plans?
None, already! We're going on vacation like there's no tomorrow. The other day my friend Arjun Kapoor (Boney Kapoor's son) told me that if Saif and I go to another party again, it will be our honeymoon 250th! But in December we're taking it back.

What is your relationship with Saif's kids?
Great touch wood! I love them and get the same love and respect from them. They are growing by leaps and bounds. Sarah looks so lovely!

Madhur had approached you for your previous films Page 3 (2005) and Fashion (2008). What was it that appealed to you Heroin?
On page 3, and fashion, so I picked up. The characters that I made were also lighter and bubbling. But when the movie came out, I was done with light paper. Heroin is about a rising superstar and imbalanced - a very brave and bold. I wanted to try if he could take a role like this. I gave 200 percent for this role. It is a very complex, very aggressive, manipulative and bold, but it is very fragile. And the only similarity between Mahi (Kareena's character in heroin) and I is that I'm too emotional like her. Otherwise, I am very calm, composed and tidy girl.

Have you ever gone through what passes through Mahi?
Hello, I'm a superstar in decline! I'm here now. Anyway, I was born and raised in this industry and I've seen everything. I take seriously the success and failure. All I do is seriously move forward. If I fall, I get up and go again.

His cousin Ranbir said he was born into luxury. Can you say the same?
We have not been brought up in luxury, as people think about the Kapoor clan. My mother (Babita) and sister (Karisma) really struggled to give me a better life. Especially my mother, because she was a single mother. Everything was very limited for us. Lolo went to college in suburban trains, but I ran away because I did not go to college here. But I took the bus to school like everyone else. We had a car and not having enough money for a pilot. It is only because mom raised us as we value everything you have today. The bad days we have seen we have made very strong and fragile at the same time. And those experiences have made me a very strong person. You know, a lot of actors call from within (themselves) to improve their craft.
Like what?
Never try a shot. If it is an emotional, it's easier for me. I draw from my bank emotions.

What has contributed to your life Saif?
Many. But most important is the realization that there is a life beyond films. He delivered me as a person. I learned to appreciate the finer things in life. Often we go on vacations worldwide. There are plenty of other things we do together. It's nice to go skiing and fishing. I developed a great interest in art and painting, so let's exhibitions and museums. Little by little, I am developing an interest in reading as well. I also learned to appreciate and be with nature. As for holidays, I'm curious by nature, so I love to travel.

Make a copy of his films. After you marry, will be cautious when choosing roles?
Of course not! I will be the same Kareena, Kareena excellence doing the kind of happy and bubbly roles. That said I also do roles that challenge me as an actress. As heroin. The actors are greedy. They can never be satisfied. I praise and box office returns. I am part of three major films that went on to create the Rs. 100 crore club.

With heroin that has touched the top of the action. Now what?
Hmm. I do not mind playing the bubbly Geet type of character again. Maybe Imtiaz Ali should come with a Jab We Met 2. It's going to be fun. Before you ask me who the cast should be, well ... I am the lead actor in the film, which should be the choice of Imtiaz and I will be working along with anyone.

What do you like about Saif?
Saif is very English, very desi. Look at it as Langda Tyagi in Omkara (2006). So real! But the best part about him is his detachment and least intrusive approach to competition in the industry. He really does not care. He has his own space, own idea and that's what he loves following. Do not take all this very seriously, but he is too good at his job.
Will you miss being in Ram Leela Bhansali Sanjay Leela?
Of course. It seems that my relationship with Sanjay is jinxed. Somehow I just do not go to work together. First was Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) and now Ram Leela. However, there is always a next time. He will write something big again, and this time I'll make sure definitely work together ... regardless.

In his last memory of his late father-in-law Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi
He was very smart and kind, sweet in nature and enjoyable to be around. I looked up at him. Every time I met him was short and sweet. I wish I had more time with him. That's the biggest regret I will always have.

On how to get along with her mother-in-law Tagore Sharmila
She is a warm, friendly and very liberal that has inspired me in every way. Praise my performance and compliments me. She thinks I'm very sensitive. I am very happy to have her as my mother-in-law!

Rantes Heroine: Kareena assume two powerful dialogues of the film.

"Mumbai newspaper editor ke ho. Stars Tumse nahin ki dosti hai tumahri kursi yes."

Declaration exceptionally honest and real. Do not be fooled. We use the other and both sides benefit from it. Niranjan Iyenger, who was a former journalist who has written the dialogues, has seen it all. However, my personal position on it is different. I have some very dear friends of the media and go beyond work. I have some friends journalists from the moment they were coming to interview my sister, and I was only nine years old then. And there are others whose careers have grown with mine, we are very good friends.
That's what it is! It is a political and manipulative industry. The actors vying for the same roles, the films were seized. Have I ever been manipulated? Yes, but I have not manipulated anyone because if you think with your heart, can not be calculated. I've spent nights crying.
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