Kareena Kapoor started the week on a high note, throwing a party at her house. Attendees at Monday night's gathering include her sister Karisma Kapoor, as well as close friends like Karan Johar, Amrita Arora, and Manish Malhotra.
Manish took to Instagram to share photos of the party, as shown by his friend Sanjay Mishra, and wrote: "Tonight is the time for the blue selfies." Added heart emoji and hashtag friends forever.
Karishma also posted photos from the party, including a delicious spread, which featured Dal Gosht and Kadak Pav. She wrote "I killed her", adding "mmm" and "Thank you" stickers. Meanwhile, Amrita shared a photo of her posing on Kareena's couch and recognized Manish as the photographer.
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Last week, Kareena Kapoor was in the Maldives on vacation with her husband Saif Ali Khan and her two sons Taimur and Jahangir. She posted several photos from the vacation on Instagram and in one post she revealed the promise she made to herself. She wrote, "Keep the fire burning ... Promise me a birthday," sharing a glimpse of her birthday celebrations on the beach.
Kareena will next appear in Laal Singh Chaddha alongside Aamir Khan. The film, a remake of the Hollywood classic Forrest Gump, directed by Advit Chandan. While it was originally scheduled to hit theaters this Christmas, the release has been delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and will now be released on Valentine's Day (February 14), 2022.
As for Lal Singh Chadha, Kareena auditioned for her first, as she told former journalist Rajiv Masand in an earlier interview. She said that Aamir wanted to be "100% sure" that she was right for the role.
"Very randomly, all of a sudden, I got a call from Aamir." I want you to listen to this movie, this and that and I'm very excited about that. "So it happened so naturally. I listened to the script as at that moment he called me and said," Let's read some viewers. I want you to read some scenes. So I thought, “Yeah, I've never done something like that.” I thought, “What the heck, I want to see myself if I want to do this or not and you know there's nothing wrong with that,” she said.