Kareena Kapoor Hot Picture Biography
Short Term Shaadi (February 10, 2012) (Under Production) Reema Kagti'S Next (January 26, 2012) (Under Production) Agent Vinod (December 9, 2011) (Under Production) Ra.One (October 26, 2011) (Under Production) Bodyguard (August 31, 2011) (Under Production) Soham - Karan Johar'S Next Project (2011) (Stuck/On Hold) Lajjo (2011) (Under Production) Bol Bachchan (2011) (To Go On Floor) Kismat Talkies (2011) (Under Production) Dhruv (2011) (To Go On Floor) Golmaal 3 (November 5, 2010) (Released) ... Daboo We Are Family (September 2, 2010) (Released) ... Shreya Milenge Milenge (July 9, 2010) (Released) ... Priya 3 Idiots (December 25, 2009) (Released) ... Pia Kurbaan (November 20, 2009) (Released) ... Avantika Main Aurr Mrs Khanna (October 16, 2009) (Released) ... Raina Khanna Kambakkht Ishq (July 3, 2009) (Released) ... Simrita Rai (Bebo) Billu (February 13, 2009) (Released) ... Special Appearance Luck By Chance (January 30, 2009) (Released) ... Guest Appearance (As Herself) Golmaal Returns (October 29, 2008) (Released) ... Ekta Roadside Romeo (October 24, 2008) (Released) ... Laila (Voiceover Of A Dog) Tashan (April 25, 2008) (Released) ... Pooja Singh Halla Bol (January 11, 2008) (Released) ... As Part Of Screen Footage From The Film Omkara Jab We Met (October 26, 2007) (Released) ... Geet Kya Love Story Hai (April 20, 2007) (Released) ... In An Item Song Don - The Chase Begins Again (October 20, 2006) (Released) ... Kamini Omkara (July 28, 2006) (Released) ... Dolly (Desdemona) Chup Chup Ke (June 9, 2006) (Released) ... Shruti 36 China Town (May 5, 2006) (Released) ... Priya Dosti - Friends Forever (December 23, 2005) (Released) ... Anjali Kyon Ki (November 2, 2005) (Released) ... Dr. Tanvi Khurana Bewafaa (February 25, 2005) (Released) ... Anjali Sahai Hulchul (November 26, 2004) (Released) ... Anjali Aitraaz (November 12, 2004) (Released) ... Priya Saxena/Malhotra Fida (August 20, 2004) (Released) ... Neha Verma Dev (June 11, 2004) (Released) ... Aaliya Yuva (May 21, 2004) (Released) ... Mira Chameli (January 9, 2004) (Released) ... Chameli Loc - Kargil (December 26, 2003) (Released) ... Simran (Anuj Nayyar'S Love Interest) Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon (June 27, 2003) (Released) ... Sanjana Khushi (February 7, 2003) (Released) ... Khushi Singh Talaash... The Hunt Begins (January 3, 2003) (Released) ... Tina Jeena Sirf Merre Liye (November 1, 2002) (Released) ... Pooja (Pinky) Mujhse Dosti Karoge (August 9, 2002) (Released) ... Tina Kapoor Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (December 14, 2001) (Released) ... Pooja Asoka (October 26, 2001) (Released) ... Kaurwaki Ajnabee (September 22, 2001) (Released) ... Priya Malhotra Yaadein (July 27, 2001) (Released) ... Isha Singh Puri Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai (May 25, 2001) (Released) ... Pooja Saxena
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (English: Sometimes happiness, sometimes sadness), also known as K3G, is a 2001 melodramatic film written and directed by Karan Johar and produced by his father, Yash Johar, under the banner of Dharma Productions. Written specifically to evoke nostalgia among the expatriate Indian audiences, the film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Kajol, Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor in leading roles, with Rani Mukerji appearing in an extended cameo appearance. The music was composed by Jatin Lalit, Sandesh Shandilya and Aadesh Shrivastava, with lyrics penned by Sameer and Anil Pandey. The background score was composed by Babloo Chakravarty. The film tells the story of an Indian family, which faces troubles and misunderstandings over their adopted son's marriage to a girl belonging to a lower socio-economic group than them.
Development of the film began in 1998, soon after the release of Karan's debut film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998). Principal photography began on 16 October 2000 in Mumbai and continued in London and Egypt. Initially scheduled to release during the Diwali festivities of 2001, the film eventually released in India, United Kingdom and North America on 14 December 2001. In 2003, it became the first Indian film to be given a theatrical release in Germany. Upon release, the film met with mixed reviews from film critics and received polarizing reactions to Karan Johar's "larger-than-life" directorial style. Certain academicians criticized the portrayal of a "morally corrupt" British society against an "idealist" Indian society.
Made on a budget of 40 crore (US$7.28 million), Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... emerged as a major commercial success, both domestically and internationally, with a lifetime gross of 117.29 crore (US$21.35 million). Outside India, the film was the highest grossing Indian film ever, until its record was broken by Karan's next directorial, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006). Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... won several awards at popular award ceremonies the Yashvardhan "Yash" Raichand (Amitabh Bachchan) is a rich businessman, living in New Delhi with his wife Nandini (Jaya Bachchan) and his two sons, Rahul and Rohan. The elder son, Rahul is adopted whilst Rohan is their biological son. As a result, Rahul feels indebted to his parents when he finds out (at the age of eight) about his adoption. As an adult, Rahul (Shahrukh Khan) falls in love with Anjali Sharma (Kajol), a girl belonging to a lower social standing than him, against the wishes of Yash, who wants him to marry Naina Kapoor (Rani Mukerji). Rahul, however, rebels and marries Anjali, following which Yash disowns Rahul as his son. Disheartened, Rahul leaves for London with his wife. Nandini sends Sayeeda (Farida Jalal), Rahul and Rohan's nanny, after Rahul to take care of him. Meanwhile, Rohan is sent to a boarding school, as per family tradition.
Ten years later, a grown-up Rohan (Hrithik Roshan) finds out the truth about Rahul's disappearance. He asks his parents to let him go to London to attend graduate school; but he does so in order to conspire with Anjali's sister, Pooja "Poo" Sharma (Kareena Kapoor) to bring his brother back home. Poo informs Rahul that Rohan is her friend's cousin who has shifted from India to London to pursue his studies and needs a place to stay. Rahul reluctantly agrees to let him live with them. When Rahul eventually finds out about Rohan's identity, Rohan begs of him to return home. Rahul refuses, as he believes that Yash does not love him. Poo, however, believes that Rahul will go back home, so she encourages Rohan to invite his parents over to London and arrange for them to meet Rahul. Once in London, Nandini and Rahul share a happy reunion. But Rahul refuses to talk to his father. Meanwhile, Yash finds out about the conspiracy and is furious with Rohan. He and Nandini, however, return to India due to the sudden death of his mother (Achala Sachdev).
Rahul, who also joins Yash and Rohan during the funeral service, agrees to return home for one visit to meet his mother, on the insistence of Rohan and Poo. Once there, Yash expresses his guilt for disowning his elder son, and adds that Rahul was foolish enough for believing that his father did not love him. The film ends with an elaborate wedding ceremony of Rohan and Poo, in which the entire family participates.following year, including five Filmfare Awards.