In Acting or Dancing or Hotness, no actress of the present generation is as good as Kareena Kapoor Khan. She has been a successful Indian Actress and mainly works in Bollywood films. She is famous for the Crackling Chemistry with her co-stars.
The name with which she became famous in the field was Bebo and Raj Kapoor (Paternal Grandfather) has given her this name, and later changed it back to Kareena. She had a tremendously successful career thanks to her amazing acting skills within a very short period of time.
|Name||Kareena Kapoor Khan|
|Age||40 years old|
|Birth date||21 September 1980|
|Birthplace||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Hometown||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Hobby||Yoga, Reading, Swimming|
|Net Worth||USD 60 Million|
Born on September 21, the 21st of September, 1980. Bombay (now Mumbai), Kapoor (often often known as Bebo) is the child of Randhir Kapoor and Babita (née Shivdasani) Her elder sibling Karisma can also be described as an actor. The actress is paternal grandchild of filmmaker and actor Raj Kapoor, maternal granddaughter of actor Hari Shivdasani, and great-granddaughter of film director Prithviraj Kapoor.
Actor Rishi Kapoor, her father is her uncle. His son, actor Ranbir Kapoor, is her cousin. According to Kapoor her name “Kareena” originated from the novel Anna Karenina, which her mother was reading while expecting her. The woman is of Punjabi Hindu descent on her father’s side. And on the mother’s side they are born of Sindhi Hindu and British descent.
|School||* Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai
* Welham Girls’ School, Dehradun
|College||Mithibai College, Mumbai|
|Education Qualification||College Dropout|
Kapoor was a student at Jamnabai Narsee School in Mumbai and was followed by Welham Girls School in Dehradun. The school was primarily to please her mother but later acknowledged that she enjoyed the school experience. According to Kapoor she wasn’t at all interested in academics, but she did get high marks in all of her classes, with the exception of maths.
She graduated from Welham and returned to Mumbai and pursued a degree in the field of commerce over two years at Mithibai College. Kapoor later enrolled in an intensive three-month course in microcomputers at the Harvard Summer School in the United States. She then began to pursue an interest for law and was enrolled in The Government Law College, Mumbai and during this time, she developed a fervent love for reading.
After completing her first year of college, she was determined to pursue her passion for acting, although she later regretted not having completed her studies. She started her training at an acting school in Mumbai with the guidance of Kishore Namit Kapoor who is a part of the Film and Television Institute of India.
Relationships, family and friends:
|Parents||The father: Randhir Kapoor
Mama: Babita Kapoor
Sibling: Karishma Kapoor
|Date of wedding||16 October 2012|
|Husband||Saif Ali Khan|
|Children||2. (Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi)
(Jahangir Ali Khan Pataudi)
Kareena Kapoor, is the younger child of Randhir Kapoor and Babita. She has an older sister who is named Karishma Kapoor. Her father is the grandchild of filmmaker and actor Raj Kapoor, maternal granddaughter of actor Hari Shivdasani and niece of actor Rishi Kapoor. The father of her is Punjabi while her mother is Sindhi and is also British.
She had an affair with Bollywood superstar Hritik Roshan. She also had an affair with Sahid Kapoor, an actor over a couple of years. Kareena Kapoor tied the knot with the actor Saif Ali Khan on 16 October 2012. The couple has a son, Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi born on December 20, 2016. Kareena as well as Saif welcomed their third baby, a boy, on the 21st of February. Karena was the one to deliver the baby in Breach the Candy Hospital.
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While at the institute for training, Kapoor was cast as the main character in Rakesh Roshan’s Kaho naa Pyar Hai (2000) in which she starred alongside Hrithik Roshan. A few days into filming she decided to pull out of the project because more importance went to the director’s son, rather than her. In the following year, she debuted along with Abhishek Bachchan as J. P. Dutta’s Refugee. The film was set in 1971, the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971,
Kapoor was presented as Naaz as a Bangladeshi girl who Bachchan’s character is in love with. Dutta picked her because of the mixture of youth and innocence that he saw in her. Kapoor thought their friendship would be an experience of learning which helped her both personally and professionally.
Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama said “the ease that she communicates even in those most challenging of moments” and India Today reported that she was part of a new breed of Hindi film actors who break free of stereotypes about character. The film was an average box office achievement in India and her performance won herself an award called the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. Kapoor co-starred with Tusshar Kapoor for Satish Kaushik’s hit at the box office Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai (2001).
An article of her work in The Hindu noted that based on her two first films the actress appeared to be “definitely an actress worth keeping an eye and watch out for”. The next time she starred was in Subhash Ghai’s failure Yaadein which was followed by Abbas Mustan’s moderately popular thriller Ajnabee.
In the same year, she starred in Santosh Sivan’s epic of the period Asoka that is a fictitious story about the story of Indian Emperor Ashoka. The film starred her alongside Shah Rukh Khan, Kapoor faced challenges as she played the complicated character in her role as Kaurwaki and with whom Ashoka is in love with.
Asoka was screened at both the Venice and Toronto International Film Festivals in 2001 and received generally favourable reviews around the world, but it failed to be a success in India and was blamed by some critics as a result of the manner in which Ashoka was depicted.
Jeff Vice of The Deseret News was awed by her appearance on the screen, however Rediff.com believes that she was mostly used to enhance the aesthetics. In the 47th Filmfare Awards, Asoka was nominated for five awards, including the Best Actress nomination for Kapoor.
She was also featured in documentary films, such as Alpenrausch (2000), The Indian Food Wisdom and The Art of Eating Right (2013) as well as Bollywood And Beyond: A Century Of Indian Cinema (2015).