Kareena Kapoor Khan has never failed to astound her with her exceptional acting abilities. Her biggest asset has always been how at ease she is in front of the camera. She has a reputation for genuinely understanding and acting out her characters. She could have relied just on her attractiveness to get her by. Still, as her career developed, she took on progressively more challenging roles and became a versatile performer.
Kareena Kapoor in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
The film, which starred the crème de la crème of Bollywood actors, was Karan Johar’s interpretation of the Ramayana. Rahul is adopted by businessman Yashvardhan Raichand (Amitabh Bachchan) and his wife, Nandini Raichand (Jaya Bachchan) (Shah Rukh Khan). Rahul is prepared to take over the family business empire since he is just as clever and hardworking as his adoptive father. He develops feelings for Anjali, a middle-class woman played by Kajol.
He rebels against his father by getting married to her, and as a result, the family kicks him out. Years later, the family is reunited with his younger brother Rohan (Hrithik Roshan), Yash and Nandini’s biological son. Pooja “Poo,” the younger sister of Anjali (Kareena Kapoor), captures Rohan’s heart. Together, the two plot to end the hostilities between the families. Some claim that Kareena’s character Poo was modeled off Alicia Silverstone’s role in the movie Clueless (1995). It gained enormous popularity and is constantly brought up on social media.
Jab We Met
Their lives are changed when Geet (Kareena Kapoor), an extrovert who admits to being her own favorite, meets Aditya (Shahid Kapoor) on a train headed towards Punjab. Aditya is contemplating suicide because the news that his mother has abandoned him for someone else has devastated him. The chatty Geet tells her other passenger about her life, and she is startled that he doesn’t pay attention. He causes her to miss her train, so she begs him to drop her off at her Bhatinda home.
She then asks for his assistance in leaving her home as well. Her ultimate goal is to wed her partner. Throughout the adventure, they get close and part as friends. Aditya drastically transforms as a result of their friendship, improving himself in the process. He locates her and learns that Geet has been living alone after her partner left. In the end, the couple agrees to get married after he helps her make amends with her family.
Kareena Kapoor in 3 Idiots
The movie “3 Idiots,” which was a satire of our higher education system, struck a chord with many people and is still one of those timeless movies you like seeing whenever it is shown. At a prestigious engineering college in Delhi, three buddies named Rancho (Aamir Khan), Raju Rastogi (Sharman Joshi), and Farhan Qureshi (Madhavan) are enrolled together. Farhan is interested in wildlife photography, but Raju sees himself as a weak student and thinks that frequenting temples and praying could improve his grades.
Rancho thinks that showing enthusiasm in the subject will help one achieve good grades. Chatur Ramalingam (Omi Vaidya), a classmate, is a proponent of memorization. While at college, the three get into a series of escapades. Farhan and Raju are both motivated by Rancho to look for fresh approaches to living. Along with Chatur, they set off on a quest to discover what happened to Rancho, who looked to have vanished from their life. They are stunned by what they discover.
Kareena Kapoor in Heroine
Madhur Bhandarkar’s exposé of the Hindi cinema industry was titled, Heroine. Bollywood actress Mahi Arora (Kareena Kapoor), who has bipolar disorder, is a gifted performer. She is plagued by her history and unable to maintain relationships. She either finds the guys in her life to be fickle or incompatible. She makes dubious career decisions and suffers the price.
She chose sensationalism to increase her media interest in an effort to resurrect her career, but in the end, she ended up isolated from everyone. She makes the terrible decision to travel to distant lands and leave the industry. Despite criticism of the film’s clumsy storyline, Kareena received high appreciation for her skillful portrayal of a damaged woman.
Kareena Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan both had their feature film debuts with this one. Abhishek Bachchan is a smuggler of persons across the Indo-Pak border who works as a guide illegally. The establishment of Bangladesh during the 1971 Indo-Pak war helped his business. Through the Rann of Kutch, he herds refugees from East Pakistan into West Pakistan.
Until he meets the character played by Kareena Kapoor, he views them as nothing more than commodities. In the course of the crossing, he falls in love with her. Later, she begs him to take her to India over the border because she doesn’t want to wed the man her parents have picked for her. They start having affairs, and she conceives. Later, in the border region between Pakistan and India, she gives birth. For her effortless comfort in front of the camera, Kareena was appreciated. Her compatibility with Abhishek was also praised.