Kareena Kapoor Khan, a famous Bollywood actress, is in a remarkable phase in her career, with roles in important movies. She’s is one of the few stars, that has acted alongside all three of Bollywood’s top actors known as the Khans. In a recent interview with Mid-day, Kareena shared her thoughts about Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, and Aamir Khan.
Kareena began the interview by praising each of the three Khans, starting with Shah Rukh Khan, “(He is) The Shah of cinema in general. The emperor, the conqueror, everything that people have been saying I think is less for Shah Rukh.” This year, Shah Rukh Khan enjoyed box office success with Jawan and Pathan. Both the films, undoubtedly sparked immense excitement and anticipation among fans and industry experts alike.
Kareena, on the other hand, brought up Aamir Khan’s reputation for focused attention. Kareena highlighted his intense dedication to his roles. He gets really concentrated on his work and absorbs himself in his characters. “Aamir is very focused,” she said. “He just becomes that character. He gets obsessed and only thinks about his work.”
Kareena also mentioned the influence her parents, Babita and Randhir Kapoor, had on her and her sister Karishma Kapoor’s careers. She credited her mother, Babita, as a significant support for Karishma’s career.
Kareena pointed out her father’s influence on her, stating that they both share a love for life and living it to the fullest.
Moving on to Salman Khan, She brought attention to the fact that Salman Khan, depends on his persona, personality in his career. She continued, “Salman always relies on his persona, his personality, his super-duper stardom.”
She expressed her desire to work with her husband, Saif Ali Khan, considering him one of the finest actors. Although they’ve been in some films together, none of them performed well, except for “Tashan,” which she thinks is pretty cool.
Recently, Kareena received praise for her performance in the mystery thriller “Jaane Jaan” directed by Sujoy Ghosh. She’s also set to appear in “The Crew” by Rajesh Krishnan, alongside Tabu and Kriti Sanon, and “The Buckingham Murders” directed by Hansal Mehta