Kareena Kapoor Khan: I'm not a feminist, I believe in equality

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 23, 2018

Veere Di Wedding, produced by Balaji Motion Pictures, Anil Kapoor Films & Communication Network and Saffron Broadcast & Media Ltd, is slated for a June 1 release. I don't want to talk more about it because we still have not gotten the Censor (certificate) in our hands.

Sharing her funniest memories from the film's set, the actress said, "I think it would be throwing Sumeet Vyas off the moon in the film". I think that was quite amusing because I have never done that in my career.

Kareena Kapoor, who effortlessly juggles mommy duties and her commitments as a Bollywood star, was recently asked about feminism, when she said: "I believe in equality. I guess that's the reason Rhea didn't want to call it a chick flick".

Talking about her movie, this is what she had to say: "I think what made me take up this part is that for me, as a commercial mainstream actor who is always used to work with mainstream actors, be it Shah Rukh Khan or Salman Khan".

Actor Harshvardhan Kapoor's debut film Mirzya might not have worked well at the box office, but this is not stopping the actor from experimenting with different roles.

The film is directed by Shashank Ghosh, the film revolves around four female best buddies, who deal with ups-and-downs of life with each other's support. I am also as proud to be known as Saif Ali Khan's wife, as I am to be Kareena Kapoor.

"I believe in equality. So that is just the way I am", stated the 37-year-old actor. Kareena also revealed that she finds cricketer Kane Williamson hot as well. She has reportedly given nod to a script; the project will be announced soon.

More specifically, the kind when her father-in-law, Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, played.

Veere Di Wedding is being slammed by a section of the society for abuses in its trailer.

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