Wednesday, July 28, 2010


Kareena was in high demand
and a lot of her movies were
released, including Mujhse
Dosti Karogi but most of them
were not hits and were in no
comparison to her earlier
Another flopped movie was
Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon in
. It however did well overseas.
Now, the critics had begun to
criticize Kareena for taking
far too many repetitious kind
of roles and was being called

inexperienced and synthetic.
But in 2004 came the turning
point with Chameli. Kareena
played the role of a prostitute
in Chameli and her performance
earned her the Filmfare

Special Performance Award.
Her next release Dev was
critically acclaimed. For
her portrayal of a victim of
riots, Kareena won the
Filmfare Critics Award For
Best Performance as well
as several nominations for
Best Actress in several
award functions. Kareena
played a negative role for the
first time in Fida.

Kareena Kapoor

Kareena Kapoor or Bebo, as her fans
sometimes call her, was born to the
Kapoor film family on September
21, 1980 in Mumbai as the second
child of her parents, actors
Randhir Kapoor and Babita.
Kareena happens to be the
great granddaughter
of the pioneer of Indian cinema,
Prithviraj Kapoor. She is the
granddaughter of the
legendary actor and film maker
Raj Kapoor. Her elder sister
Karishma Kapoor was a popular
actress and Rishi Kapoor is her
uncle. Kareena, wanting to be
an actress like her sister, trained
under Kishore Namit Kapoor
for one year.

Kareena’s first film was set to
be Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai in 2000
, however a few days into
shooting Kareena realized that
it was more of a launch for

Hrithik Roshan and not a
movie for her and hence
abandoned the project under
her mother’s influence.

Finally, her career
commenced with Refugee
in 2000 which was a