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Happy Birthday Kareena Kapoor Khan: Films that prove Kareena is more than just a glamorous diva; she also knows how to put on a good show!

On September 21, Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor turned 41 years old. The actress is well-known for her acting abilities. On and off-screen, the trailblazer is noted for her sharp and elegant wardrobe choices too. In addition to her outstanding choice of her outfits, her incredible characters from her films are a treat that we get everything she’s on the screen.

Let’s take a look at some of the most amazing performances of Kareena Kapoor Khan:

Refugee (2000):

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No subsequent film could ever match this in terms of capturing Kareena’s stunning beauty and otherworldly demeanour. Director JP Dutta had promised his buddy Randhir Kapoor that he would give the latter’s daughter a launch that people would remember for the rest of their lives. JP followed through on his promise. It was love at first sight between Kareena and the camera from the moment Abhishek Bachchan saw her splashing water over her face on TV. Kareena reminded us of old movie queens like Nutan, Madhubala, and Nargis as a girl scurrying across the border to Pakistan with her family. Her relationship with the camera has lasted 21 years.

Asoka (2001):

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Following Refugee, Kareena Kapoor Khan shone as the warrior princess Kaurwaki in this pseudo-historical film directed by Santosh Sivan. With or without Shah Rukh Khan, Kareena emanated heat and passion in every scene. San sana san, her opening song, encapsulated her turbulent personality.

Yuva (2004):

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Kareena played the child of caprice in Mani Rathnam’s multilayer chocolate-box of a film. A portrayal of the gen-true x’s self-doubts and ardent protestations, whimsical, passionate, and uncertain about the future. No film has done a better job of capturing her gamine-like unpredictability.

Omkara (2006):

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Kareena doesn’t take playing the victim lightly. She brought a terrible vulnerability to the part of Desdemona from Shakespeare’s Othello, where she played the wife of a very jealous husband. The nicest part about Kareena’s performance was how little she did while conveying so much. Like no other filmmaker, Vishal Bharadwaj made the most of Kareena’s presence.

Jab We Met (2007):

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Kareena’s ticket to eternal life. Mummy was a fantastic actor when she put her mind and heart to it, and this is the one film she prove it. If she communicated angst through silences in Omkara, she was all over the place in Jab We Met. She brought something crucial to the suicidal hero Shahid Kapoor’s life by being voluptuous, lively, and vibrant. That is something we all require in our lives.

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