“I am not supposed to be a doll”: Kareena Kapoor Khan


Kareena Kapoor Khan says she would prefer to focus on her acting and choice of roles instead of putting all her energy into looking good whenever she steps out of her home.

Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is expecting her first child with Saif Ali Khan in December, was the showstopper for designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee for the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2016 and she says that it was an emotional moment for her as this was the first time “we were taking the ramp together”.

The actress was seen proudly flaunting her baby bump in an elegant with a glowing face adding more spark to her beautiful persona.

“I was happy and confident. Pregnant woman can walk and fly and for me it’s absolutely normal. When it comes to my work, acting is my passion and I will work till I die. As long as I am doing what I love, I am going to do that,” she said.

Talking about his showstopper, the designer said that he never got the chance to work with her but hopes to design for her soon.

“She is gorgeous and added more volume to the outfit. I hope our association will continue from here on,” he said.

The 35-year-old “Ki & Ka” star said she is no different from any normal girl and her aim is to be known for her good work and not just as a pretty face.

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“Looking good always is not important for me. I am as normal as anyone out there. Sometimes I even get out with my slippers on, which everybody around me gets annoyed by. I can’t be like in hair and make-up always.

“I can’t step out of my bed looking like a fashion diva. My job is to act and not look pretty 24/7. I would prefer to be judged for my acting skills. I am not supposed to be a doll,” Kareena said.

The actress, who made her debut with a de-glam role in “Refugee,” said the new generation of actors at times tends to forget their actual job and get caught in their style game.

“It is all about an Instagram picture now days. During Karismas time it was more about hardwork, the talent and a lot of other things. But now the younger lot at times focuses more on looking good rather than polishing themselves as an actor. Things should not work like this.

“Cinema is not only about fashion, it is about acting, working on the role. Fashion is just a small part of it.”

She feels the reason for the shift in focus is the growing digital space. The actress said the fact that a celebrity can be clicked without even being pre-informed has made everyone conscious.

“It is because of the digital days. You step out and there are hundreds of cameras waiting to click you. Nobody asks you even before clicking a picture. Everybody has a mobile phone. There are so many blogs and website; everybody is giving their comments and verdicts. That in a way forces actors to pay more attention to the looking good part.

However, she does not get bothered by it as she is not on the social media. Kareena said women should not worry about being judged as it’s their time.

“Women are more experimenting with their looks. Everybody wants to up their game. Everybody is trying to wear different clothes. Men are more about comfort. But, I feel women should also be like that. They will end up looking good anyway without making an extra effort if they are easy in their clothes. They should not listen to what people say.

“People will always be there judging them. This is womens era and we should be strong enough to do whatever we want to and feel good about ourselves without giving a damn to what others think of us.”

Kareena walked the ramp for designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 grand finale.

The actress, who is pregnant with her and husband Saif Ali Khans first child, became emotional while taking a long walk, and said the moment was very special for her as she and the baby took to the ramp together for the first time.

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