Kareena Kapoor Biography
Kareena Kapoor born 21 September 1980, likewise known by her wedded name Kareena Kapoor Khan, is an Indian on-screen character who shows up in Hindi movies. She is the girl of performers Randhir Kapoor and Babita, and the more youthful sister of on-screen character Karisma Kapoor. Noted for playing an assortment of characters in a scope of film types—from lighthearted comedies to wrongdoing dramatizations—Kapoor is the beneficiary of a few honors, including six Filmfare Awards, and is one of Bollywood’s most famous and most generously compensated on-screen characters.
In the wake of making her acting presentation in the 2000 war film Refugee, Kapoor set up herself in Hindi film with jobs in the chronicled show Aśoka, and the blockbuster acting Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… (both 2001). This underlying achievement was trailed by a progression of business disappointments and dreary jobs, which accumulated her negative audits. The year 2004 denoted a defining moment for Kapoor when she played against sort in the job of a sex specialist in the dramatization Chameli. She in this way earned wide basic acknowledgment for her depiction of an uproar casualty in the 2004 show Dev and a character in light of William Shakespeare’s courageous woman Desdemona in the 2006 wrongdoing film Omkara.
Kapoor proceeded to get Filmfare Awards for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress for her exhibitions in the 2007 rom-com Jab We Met and the 2010 dramatization We Are Family, individually. Her most noteworthy netting discharges accompanied the dramatizations 3 Idiots (2009) and Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015), and she kept on illustration laud for her exhibitions in the 2009 spine chiller Kurbaan, the 2012 show Heroine, the 2012 spine chiller Talaash: The Answer Lies Within, and the 2016 wrongdoing film Udta Punjab.
On 16 October 2012, Kapoor wedded performing artist Saif Ali Khan in a private function in Bandra, Mumbai, and a gathering was later held at The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel and the Lutyens Bungalow Zone in Mumbai and New Delhi individually. Kapoor expressed that in spite of adding Khan to her name she would keep honing Hinduism after her marriage. Toward the year’s end, she co-featured close by Aamir Khan and Rani Mukerji as the “tantalizingly alluring whore” Rosie, in Reema Kagti’s wrongdoing riddle Talaash: The Answer Lies Within.
Set against the scenery of Mumbai’s seedy areas of town, it pursues the travails of its faculty and primary, Inspector Surjan Singh Shekhawat (Khan) who is doled out the obligation of unraveling a secretive auto crash. Pratim D. Gupta of The Telegraph observed Kapoor to be a champion among the group, including that “she brings a concealed blend of oomph and feeling that turns into the [film’s] focal point”. With worldwide incomes of ₹1.74 billion (US$24 million), the film rose as a film industry hit, and earned Kapoor Best Actress selections at the Screen, Stardust and Zee Cine grant services.