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Kareena Kapoor says she is the reason for the high revenue for Indian Railway

Kareena Kapoor who has played many iconic characters in the history of Bollywood said that she should have some credit for the help she did for the Indian Railways. She said that the success of Jab We Met increased the revenue of Indian Railways in the courtroom comedy mini-series Case Toh Banta Hai which streams on Amazon.

In a movie, Kareena Kapoor plays Geet which was directed by Imtiaz Ali Khan. The character of Geet was very talkative and positive. The movie starts with Kareena missing her train because of Shahid Kapoor. The start of the movie was shooted at Railway Station and train.

She jokingly said in Geet style, “Mere Geet play Karne ke baad harem pants ki sale aur Indian Railways ki revenue. Dono badh gayi hai by the way. (After I played Geet, the sale of harem pants and revenues of Indian Railways both have increased by the way).”

Then Varun Sharma, who played her defense lawyer, encouraged her to take her court appearances more seriously. Kareena then said a line from her film. The actress’s responded with, “Ab tu sikhayega mujhe, Sikhni hu main Bathinda ki. Sab aata hai mujhe, train pakadne se lekar case jeetne tak (You will teach me? I am a Sikh woman from Bathinda, I know everything from catching a train to winning a case).”
Riteish Deshmukh plays a public lawyer in the show Case Toh Banta Hai, along with Kusha Kapila representing the judge and Varun Sharma as the defense attorney. Other actors include Monica Murthy, Sanket Bhosle, Sugandha Mishra, Gopal Datt, Paritosh Tripathi, Monica Murthy, Sanket Bhosle, Sugandha Mishra, and Siddharth Sagar as witnesses. The show has also called actors like Varun Dhawan, Karan Johar, Kareena, and Anil Kapoor. They appear on the Amazon miniTV show to answer the questions brought against them.

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