Kareena Kapoor Khan is one of the most popular actresses in the Bollywood film industry with a massive fan following. She is also one of the highest-paid actresses. She is the wife of Saif Ali Khan. Kareena married Saif Ali Khan in 2012 and they have two children.
Saif Ali Khan, also known as the nawab of Pataudi and one of the most well-known actors in Bollywood, has given us numerous hit films. On the other hand, The 41-year-old Kareena is the daughter of actors Randhir Kapoor and Babita, and the younger sister of actress Karisma Kapoor.
The Mumbai-born actress is widely recognized for portraying a wide range of characters in a film genre – from romantic comedies to crime dramas. The actress is also a recipient of several awards, including six Filmfare Awards.
Apart from her acting career, she actively participates in stage shows and hosts a radio show. In fact, she has started her own line of clothing and cosmetics for women. The actress has also worked with UNICEF since 2014 in a bid to advocate for the education of girls and an increase in quality based education in the country.
Kareena reacts to ‘Boycott Bollywood’ trend, says “If there are no films…”
Social media has often been the boon to celebrities to share their whereabouts, life experience with their fans and followers. However, there hasn’t been great response from the fans with regard to Bollywood film industry.
Meanwhile, Kareena Kapoor reacted to Boycott Bollywood trend. Amid the increasing trend of calling for the boycott of Bollywood films and cancel culture, she said she doesn’t even agree with it in the first place. She made this statement while speaking at an event in Kolkata.
.”I don’t agree with it at all. If that happens, how will we entertain, how will you have the joy and happiness in your life, which, I think everybody needs. Agar films nahi hogi toh entertainment kaisa hoga (what about entertainment if there are no films)?” Kareena Kapoor added.
She also addressed the boycott trend around that time adding, “The fact is that they shouldn’t boycott this film, it’s such a beautiful film. And I want people to see me and Aamir (Khan) on screen. We’ve waited so long. So, please don’t boycott this film, because it’s actually like boycotting good cinema.”