Uninhibited and spontaneous, Kareena Kapoor Khan is the soul of her pictures. She brings alive her character with not just those smart lines, but with the kind of candor actors seldom invest in their work.
Kareena Kapoor Khan, nicknamed “Bebo”, is a six-time Filmfare Award-winning Indian actress who acted in nearly 50 movies since her debut in the 2000 film Refugee. She is recognised for her high-profile contributions to the film industry and philanthropic endeavours. In addition to acting, she is a stage performer and has contributed in few books. Today, Kareena has emerged as the most versatile and influential actress from the industry.
Kareena Kapoor’s acting genes are impeccable since she is from the first film family of Bollywood, the illustrous Kapoor’s. She is definitely a fashion icon whose dressing sense is avidly watched and copied across the country and even world.
Kareena debuted in Refugee. Her amazingly confident acting prowess made everyone sit up and take notice. She was thrust into the big league with the immensely successful multi-starrer ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi. She enthralled the audience showcasing a powerhouse of a performance in ‘Omkara’ for which she received the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.
Her one of the most accoladed, admired is one of her most memorable performances as the impulsive, spunky Geet Dhillon in monster hit ‘Jab We Met’. She received the coveted Filmfare Award for Best Actress for the same movie. Kareena has been actively involved in societal concerns and has always doing her bit towards others; among many other things, she has helped in raising the morale of our brave Indian Army jawans, helped earthquake victims, increased awareness regarding education for children, worked towards a greener environment and highlighted violence against women.