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Early in her career, Kareena Kapoor Khan recalls having to compete.



Early in her career, Kareena Kapoor Khan recalls having to compete.

Early in her career, Kareena Kapoor Khan recalls having to compete.

Explains what she would do if someone tried to provoke her right now.

Kareena Kapoor Khan talked about her experience in the film business and how she has grown emotionally and professionally.

Kareena Kapoor Khan claims she has grown from her mistakes and is now “more grounded.”

Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan discussed her numerous transformations during her 23-year Bollywood career.

In an interview, the actress discussed her journey and most significant adjustments after marrying Saif Ali Khan.

In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar India, Kareena Kapoor stated that she does not regret her choices and noted that the film industry was quite competitive ten years ago.

Looking back, I always grin because I am happy with how far I’ve come. She said, “I don’t have time for regrets.

Squander Time

The performer, who made her acting debut in 2000, claimed to have learned from her errors and declared herself a “totally different person” now.

I’m glad that I’ve changed, she remarked. Both professionally and personally, it is crucial.

Kareena Kapoor commented on the significant difference by stating that she requires more energy to squander time on several activities.

I’m distracted by everything in my late teens and even early 20s. But after that, the change took place. Also, today

I’m in a place where I want to unwind and live my life as I see fit.

The performer claimed that when she was younger, she didn’t give a damn about what she was doing or its repercussions.

However, she added that she did not look back on that period of her life.

I feel more rooted today. But, there was a lot of competition back then, and it frequently set people against one another.

She also said that although it wasn’t personal, nowadays, she would always be in control of the situation if somebody tried to provoke her.

Work-Life Balance

The performer also talked about finding a work-life balance and how she had to make significant adjustments.

I don’t want to see it at an awards show, so I don’t feel like leaving my kids alone.

I want the option to decide because I prefer to relax at home with my hubby while watching a movie or sipping wine.

One of the most significant adjustments I’ve personally undergone is that. Finding a work-life balance is up to me.

Jab We Met’s popularity, according to Kareena Kapoor Khan, astonished her:

I had Tashan as my only wager.

Kareena Kapoor Khan claims she simultaneously filmed Tashan and Jab We Met and adds that she unawares of Jab Wet Met’s success.

Bollywood actor Kareena Kapoor Khan has acknowledged that she had no idea that the 2007 film Jab We Met would go on to rank among her most enduring and meaningful works.

The actor, whose Geet still fondly remembers by many, described how surprising it was for her because she had her hopes set on the movie Tashan, which she was also filming.

Kareena Kapoor talked about Jab We Met and what transpired following the movie’s release in an interview with brother-actor Ranbir Kapoor on the Mirchi television show.

“I was in this zone of achieving size zero,” she claimed.

Along with Akshay Kumar, Anil Kapoor, and Saif, I work at Tashan (Ali Khan).

Action Training

When she arrived on the Jab We Met set, it would always be like, “You know, please. I need to practice because I am going for action training,” she continued. 

Shahid was like, I got the big part, and it was a Yash Raj film. I was doing action for the first time.

I never imagined that things would turn around.

You are aware that Tashan was my only wager.

Shahid was questioned about who actors from the current age might well portray Geet and Aditya from the movie in an interview with Siddharth Kannan.

“I can’t speak to my role, but for Geet (Kareena Kapoor’s character),” Shahid added.

Nobody else will likely be able to do that type of justice.

Jab We Met, directed by Imtiaz Ali, was published in 2007.

Recently, the movie had a Valentine’s Day rerelease, and Shahid shocked fans by showing up in the theater.

Speaking candidly about the Jab We Met sequel, Shahid Kapoor says that it cannot replace Kareena Kapoor: 

I don’t believe anyone else.

According to Shahid Kapoor, only a performer from the current generation could take on Kareena Kapoor’s role in Jab We Met.

After 16 years, the movie was just re-released in theaters.

Shahid Kapoor, a Bollywood actor most recently a part of the web series Farzi. He went down memory lane and talked about his 2007 movie Jab We Met.

In the Imtiaz Ali movie, Shahid co-starred with Kareena Kapoor Khan in the lead role.

Shahid discusses the fanfare and praise the movie receives when it was re-released in theaters after 16 years in an interview with Siddharth Kannan.

Sequel And Shared Lessons

The actor also discussed the likelihood of a sequel and shared lessons he picked up from Kareena, his co-star.

“That depends on the quality of that script,” Shahid stated about a “Jab We Met” sequel.

As a result, if a story calls for a sequel and, in my opinion, is the kind that makes you think, “Man, this will be better than the original,” or “Man, this can match up to the original,”

I would do it, but if I’m trying to capitalize on the original action’s brand value. I’d say, “Why are you doing it? Please don’t do it.

Shahid responded I could not comment on my role. 

Still, for Geet (Kareena Kapoor’s character), I doubt anybody else can give that type of justice when asked who from the current generation of actors would portray Geet and Aditya in the movie.

Shahid also commended the filmmaker, saying, “That is the magic of Imtiaz Ali. He crafted a contemporary film, and I don’t think a love tale like that has come out after that.

He intends to love us; for that, we should be grateful. The movie is legendary and my DDLJ.

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