Foodie Kareena Kapoor discloses the one dish that unites the Kapoor family

Foodie Kareena Kapoor discloses the one dish that unites the Kapoor family

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.

Foodie Kareena Kapoor discloses the one dish that unites the Kapoor family

When asked what was more vital for the Kapoor family ‘food or acting’, the Bollywood actress told Brut India, “It is actually a really tough question to answer because the love and the passion for both the things is something that is of utmost priority to this family. Food also is a huge discussion.”

Talking about the ‘big dish that united the family’, Kareena Kapoor said, “I think it would have to be… the one big dish that we all love eating whenever we meet is paya… it is like a gravy, a curry. We kind of really, really trip on it.”

When asked about the Kapoor family gatherings, Kareena said, “Whenever we are all together, I think we all have very loud voices. I think sometimes we are not even conversing. If someone had to hear us, it would be like ‘are they fighting?’ Because it would be like those big Italian families ke sab chilla rahe hai (everyone is shouting). You can’t even understand, and have to be like ‘what, what, what?’ It is literally like that. Actually, we are having fun.”

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