Bollywood doesn’t stereotype married actresses, says Kareena Kapoor


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Kareena Kapoor is absolutely enjoying her pregnancy for the moment and is not too concerned about the kind of roles she will be offered post her maternity break. While it’s often seen how most heroine’s become choosy and pick roles often women oriented ones while returning to acting after delivering a baby, Kareena feels it’s perhaps too early to talk about her future and she prefers the ‘let’s see’ approach for the moment.

While actress Tara Sharma had in a recent interview with us revealed how she was not offered good roles post marriage and kids, Kareena while choosing not to comment on Tara’s statement declined to see Bollywood as enforcing stereotypes on married actresses. Said Kareena, “As far I am concerned I have been very lucky. It’s all about your attitude and the way you look at things. It is the way you approach things that really matters. I don’t look at Bollywood as it stereotypes. It’s the roles that come to me from which I will pick and choose the best that is offered to me.”

Elaborating on her plans to continue working, Kareena said, “I am definitely going to go on with my normal life. I am a working woman and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. So I love my job and I am passionate about my work. From the time I was in mother’s womb, I wanted to be an actor. I will continue acting all my life. If there is a role for me why should I not do it?”

The actress however sounded a tad irritated when asked if she and Saif had finished shopping for their baby who is due in December.

“You all have already decided what’s happening, Where I am shopping, what I am doing, how much I am spending,  What my bills are and everything,” remarked Kareena. Kareena who is all planning to shoot for Rhea Kapoor’s Veerey Di Shaadi said that she is currently figuring out the dates for the same.

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The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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