Kareena Kapoor Hot In Heroine Biography
Kareena Kapoor in a Bollywood actress. She is a great performer on Indian film industry. Kareena Kapoor was born on 21 September 1980 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Her occupation is film actress. She was bron in Kapoor family, Kapoor is the younger daughter of Randhir Kapoor and Babita. Kareena Kapoor will marry with Saif Alli Khan nex year.
Kareena Kapoor Film List:
2001 Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai, Yaadein, Ajnabee,Asoka, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...
2002 Mujhse Dosti Karoge!, Jeena Sirf Merre Liye
2003 Talaash: The Hunt Begins..., Khushi, Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, LOC Kargil
2004 Chameli, Yuva, Dev, Fida, Aitraaz, Hulchul
2005 Bewafaa, Kyon Ki, Dosti: Friends Forever
2006 36 China Town, Chup Chup Ke, Omkara, Don: The Chase Begins Again
2007 Kya Love Story Hai, Jab We Met
2008 Halla Bol, Tashan, Roadside Romeo, Golmaal Returns
2009 Luck by Chance, Billu, Kambakkht Ishq, Main Aurr Mrs Khanna, Kurbaan, 3 Idiots
2010 Milenge Milenge, We Are Family, Golmaal 3
2011 Bodyguard, Ra.OneThe first look of the movie was released as part of the 64th Cannes Film Festival. A promotional poster was released during a press conference in which Ronnie Screwvala of UTV Motion Pictures, Madhur Bhandarkar, and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan officially announced the movie. The director said, "The movie is a glamorous yet bold story of the internal journey of a superstar. I am certain it will appeal to audiences across the globe and Aishwarya was a perfect choice for the role. In fact, no one could’ve essayed it better." Screwvala stated “With Heroine, we plan to take things to the next level. When you watch the film, you will feel that the role was written with someone as talented and stunning as Aishwarya in mind.” The actress too admitted that she was "looking forward to this new journey in the movie.” It was also announced that Aishwarya Rai will be have a wardrobe of more than 40 outfits designed by Manish Malhotra in the film. Explaining why he was launching the project in Cannes, Screwvala alluded to Rai's star power saying, "She is the brand ambassador for India and for Indian cinema when it comes to the French Riviera." The actress was quick to deny any reference to her personal life being portrayed in the movie and said that the entire idea was a result of Bhandarkar's conceptualization. The Official Press Release distributed as a part of the announcement stated that "The film is based on the life and times of a superstar heroine, Mahi from the dream factory we call 'Bollywood'. The film is a daring, shocking, glamorous, scandalous behind-the-scenes account of the reality behind the world of glitz and glamour that our film stars inhabit. For a country obsessed with films and film stars, Heroine will take audiences on a voyeuristic journey to see what really goes on in the lives of India's sweethearts."
2012 Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu, Agent Vinod, Rowdy Rathore, Heroine, TalaashThe year 2004 marked the beginning of Kapoor's work in more serious films, most of which would bring her critical acclaim rather than commercial success. Under the direction of Sudhir Mishra, Kapoor essayed the role of a golden-hearted prostitute in Chameli. The film relates the story of a young prostitute who meets with a widowed investment banker (played by Rahul Bose), and follows the development of their relationship as they share their experiences in life. When Kapoor was initially offered the film she refused it, explaining that she would be uncomfortable in the role. However, when the director again approached her a year later she agreed to do the film; she now viewed it as an opportunity to demonstrate her acting range. To prepare for the role, she visited several of Mumbai's red-light districts at night to study the dress and mannerisms of sex workers. The film (and Kapoor's performance) opened to predominantly positive reviews by critics, with the Indiatimes praising her "intuitive brilliance" and stating that she had exceeded all expectations. Another reviewer expressed concern that they found her portrayal unconvincing and excessively stereotypical, describing her as "sounding more like a teenager playacting than a brash, hardened streetwalker" and comparing her mannerisms to a caricature. However, Kapoor's portrayal of Chameli garnered her the Filmfare Special Performance Award and the film marked a turning point in her career as an actress.
Kapoor next co-starred in Mani Ratnam's bilingual project Yuva alongside Ajay Devgn, Abhishek Bachchan, Vivek Oberoi, Rani Mukerji and Esha Deol. The film, consisting of three chapters, tells the story of six individuals linked by a car accident. Kapoor is featured in the third chapter as Oberoi's love interest (Mira, a witty young woman). In a Times of India review film critic Subhash K Jha described her role as "fey and insubstantial", but further stated that "she turns these character traits to her own advantage to create a girl who is at once enigmatic and all-there, a bit like the film itself which is both mysterious and voluptuous". She then appeared alongside Amitabh Bachchan and Fardeen Khan in Govind Nihalani's critically acclaimed film Dev, which revolved around the 2002 Hindu-Muslim riots in the Indian state of Gujarat. Kapoor's role was that of a Muslim victim named Aaliya, modelled after Zaheera Sheikh (a key witness in Vadodara's Best Bakery case). It earned her a Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress and nominations for Best Actress at various award ceremonies. Taran Adarsh said, "Kareena Kapoor is first-rate. Sporting a deglamorized look, the actress takes a giant leap with this film. Her scene with Amitabh Bachchan (when the latter asks for witnesses to come forward) is an example of superb acting".
Shortly afterwards, Kapoor was cast for the first time as a villain in the thriller Fida. The film depicts an online robbery and the Mumbai underworld in which her character, Neha Mehra, becomes involved. During the filming of Fida Kapoor began a relationship with actor Shahid Kapoor, whom she later described as having "a major positive influence in my life". Although the film was unsuccessful at the box office Kapoor received positive reviews for her performance, with some critics noting a distinct progression from her earlier roles. Her subsequent releases that year included Abbas-Mustan's thriller Aitraaz and Priyadarshan's comedy Hulchul, both of which did well at the Indian box office. Following the success of her last two releases, she was cast as the protagonist in the 2005 drama Bewafaa. The feature received mostly negative reviews, and Kapoor's portrayal of Anjali Sahai (an unfaithful woman) was not well received. Nikhat Kazmi of Indiatimes believed that to become a serious actress Kapoor was embodying a maturer, more-jaded character beyond her years in Bewafaa. She then starred in Priyadarshan's romantic drama Kyon Ki, a film which relates the love story of a mentally ill patient (played by Salman Khan) and his physician (played by Kapoor). The film was a box-office failure; however, Kapoor's performance was generally enjoyed by critics (with the BBC describing her as "a pure natural").
In 2006, Kapoor appeared in three films. She first starred in the thriller 36 China Town, followed by the comedy Chup Chup Ke; both were moderately successful. She next portrayed the Desdemona character in Omkara, the Hindi adaptation of William Shakespeare's Othello. Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, the film is a tragedy of sexual jealousy set against the backdrop of the political system in Uttar Pradesh. It premiered at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, and was also selected for screening at the Cairo International Film Festival. Omkara was embraced by critics, and Kapoor's portrayal earned her a fourth Filmfare Award and first Screen Award; her performance was later included in the 2010 issue of the "Top 80 Iconic Performances" by Filmfare. According to Rediff.com, "[Kareena’s] character is one of the hardest to essay, as she goes through love and awe, fear and bewilderment, defiance to her father and submission to her man. Kareena does not have the lines, but she has moments demanding powerful use of expression, and she delivers". Kapoor considered her role in Omkara as a "new benchmark" in her career, and compared her portrayal of Dolly with her own evolving maturity as a woman.
Following Omkara Kapoor stopped acting for a short time, as she felt that "nothing [was] challenging enough for me to say yes". In an interview with The Times of India Kapoor commented, "In my initial years in the industry, I pushed myself to do a lot of work because I was greedy. I did some films – which I now regret – purely for the money. Today, I want to do selective films". She later described this period as a way of "finally getting to do the things I have always wanted to do".