|Born||21 September 1980 (Mumbai)|
|Height||1.63 m (5 feet 4 inches)|
|Husband||Saif Ali Khan|
|Net worth 2021||$60 Million (440 Crore INR)|
Kareena Kapoor’s Early Life and career:
Kapoor family was born on the 21st September the 21st of September, 1980. Bombay (now Mumbai), Kapoor (often often called Bebo) is the youngest sister of Randhir Kapoor and Babita (nee Shivdasani) and her older cousin Karisma has also been an actor. Kapoor is the father grandchild of filmmaker and actor Raj Kapoor, maternal granddaughter of actor Hari Shivdasani, and great-granddaughter of filmmaker Prithviraj Kapoor. It is believed that actor Rishi Kapoor was her grandfather, as is his son actor Ranbir Kapoor is her cousin. According to Kapoor her mother,”Kareena” is her birth name “Kareena” was derived from the novel Anna Karenina, which her mother was reading while expecting her. Her parents are of Punjabi Hindu descent on her father’s side and on the mother’s side she has Sindhi Hindu and British descent.Describing her as being a “very naughty spoilt child” Kapoor’s exposure to film as a child sparked her passion for acting. she was particularly influenced by the performances of actors Nargis or Meena Kumari. Despite her heritage her father did not approve of women appearing in films as they were believed to be in conflict with the traditional roles and obligations of women within the family. This caused a dispute between her parents and the couple split. Then, she was taken care of by her mother who had a variety of jobs to provide for her children up until Karisma made her debut as an actress in 1991. After living in a relationship for several years, her parents reunited in October of 2007. Kapoor stated, “My father is also an important aspect of my life. Even though we didn’t visit him frequently in the beginning but we’re an extended family today. “Kapoor was a student at Jamnabai Narsee School in Mumbai and was then enrolled in Welham Girls at the school in Dehradun. She attended the school mostly to please her mother, although she later confessed to enjoying the school experience. According to Kapoor she was not attracted to academics, but she did get high marks in all her classes, except for math. When she graduated from Welham in the year 2000, she went back to Mumbai and pursued a degree in the field of commerce over two years at Mithibai College. Kapoor later enrolled for three months of summer school in microcomputers at the Harvard Summer School in the United States.
Kareena Kapoor Filmography
While at the institute for training, Kapoor was cast as the main character in Rakesh Roshan’s film Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000) alongside the son of his, Hrithik Roshan. After a few days of filming process she decided to pull out of the project. Kapoor later admitted that she had gained by not directing the film as the film was more prominently portrayed by Rakesh Roshan’s son, the film’s director. Kapoor made her debut later in the year along with Abhishek Bachchan, in J. P. Dutta’s war-themed drama Refugee. It was set during the Indo-Pakistani war in 1971 Kapoor appeared as Naaz as a Bangladeshi girl with whom Bachchan’s character is in love. Dutta chose her due to the mixture of youth and innocence he saw in her. Kapoor believed that their work together would be a valuable education that helped her professionally and personally. Writing for the entertainment site Bollywood Hungama, critic Taran Adarsh wrote about Kapoor for her role as “a natural performer” and observed “the ease with which she emotes the most difficult of scenes” in addition, India Today reported that she was part of a new breed of Hindi film actors that break away from stereotypes of character.
kareena kapoor active (2004-2006)
2004 Kapoor was keen on expanding her acting options and decided to play more difficult roles in addition to the typical glamourous leading lady. under the guidance under the direction of Sudhir Mishra in 2004, Kapoor performed the part of a prostitute with a golden heart in Chameli the film which tells to the tale of a prostitute in her 20s who is reunited with an investment banker who is widowed (played by Rahul Bose). When Kapoor was initially approached for the role, she turned it down on the offer, saying that she would not be comfortable as a character. The actress reacted at the time Mishra approached her again and as she was preparing for the part, Indiatimes praised her “intuitive brilliance” and said that she had surpassed all expectations. Rediff.com however considered her performance to be uninteresting and overly stereotyped, describing her as “sounding more like a teenager playacting than a brash, hardened streetwalker” and the manner of her performance was compared to that of a cartoon. Chameli marked a major moment in the career of Kapoor and she was awarded an award from the jury in the film’s 49th Awards.Kapoor later starred alongside Mani Ratnam’s Yuva, a film that was composed featuring an ensemble cast featuring three young people from different social classes who are affected through a car crash; she starred in the role of Vivek Oberoi’s romantic partner Meera who is a charming young woman.
Kareena Kapoor, Actress of the Year (2007-2011)
Kapoor was then joined by Shahid Kapoor for the fourth time in the romantic comedy Jab We Met (2007) where she played Geet Dhillon, who is a lively Sikh girl with a passion for life. Director Imtiaz Ali was not well-known prior to its creation, having only one film credit to his name, however Kapoor was adamant about the film because she was enthralled with the “mind-blowing” script. She worked tightly with Ali to create her character, and was tested in capturing Dhillon’s flamboyant persona without being too caricaturistic. Jab We Met was received favorably by critics and was an overnight success in the box office, with worldwide earnings of 400 million. Jaspreet Pandohar from the BBC stated that the role required a blend of spontaneity and naivety, and was impressed by Kapoor’s performance.
Kareena Kapoor Net Worth:-
$60 Million (Rs. 404 crores).The actor is famous for his acting skills and class, performing in a variety of genres, from rom-coms to crime thrillers to drama and from appearing in movies only for an item track and to being the mom of Taimur’s favorite paparazzi, Ali Khan. Yes she’s Kareena Kapoor Khan.Kareena Kapoor was born on September 21, 1980. Her parents are Randhir Kapoor and Babita, sister of Karishma Kapoor, and grandchild of Raj Kapoor. She is the 4th generation person in the Kapoor family who is working in Bollywood. Read More….
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