Kareena Kapoor Biography: Kareena Kapoor, who is popularly known with the name, Bebo is a famous Bollywood actress. Due to her popularity and income, she appeared on the list of Celebrity 100 in Forbes India from 2012 to 2016. Check out Kareena Kapoor Biography, Age, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Husband, Facts, and Career.
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She was born on 21 September 1980 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Her Zodiac Sign is Virgo. Her grandfather Raj Kapoor named her Siddhima, which later changed to Kareena. At a very young age, she took her interest in acting. Her father was against her decision of becoming an actress while her mother fully supported her, which later led to a conflict between her parents, and in the end, they got separated. Her mother then raised her and her sister Karisma Kapoor. In 2007, her parents again started living together with her daughters. Because of hard work, she achieved lots of success in her acting career in short time duration.
Kareena Kapoor Age
Kareena Kapoor’s age is 39 years in 2020.
She is known for her eye-catching and stunning looks. She follows a strict diet to make her fit. Kareena’s height is 5’ 4’’ and weighs around 55 kg. Her figure measurement is 34-26-35.
Kareena Kapoor Family, Caste, Boyfriend
She is the younger daughter of Randhir Kapoor and Babita. She has an elder sister named Karisma Kapoor. She is a granddaughter of filmmaker and actor Raj Kapoor, maternal granddaughter of Hari Shivdasani, and niece of Rishi Kapoor. Her father is Punjabi and her mother is Sindhi and British.
She had an affair with Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan. She was also in a relationship with actor Shahid Kapoor for a few years. She married to famous actor Saif Ali Khan on 16 October 2012. The couple has one son Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi, born on 20 December 2016.
Kareena Kapoor Education, Qualification
Kareena Kapoor did schooling from Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai, and graduated from Welham Girls’ School, Dehradun. After graduating from Welham she studied commerce for two years at Mithibai College, Vile Parle (Mumbai). She registered for a three-month summer course in microcomputers at Harvard Summer School in the United States. She later enrolled at the Government Law College, Mumbai for law education.
However, after completing her first year, Kareena decided to pursue her interest to become an actress. She began training at an acting institute in Mumbai taught by Kishore Namit Kapoor, a member of the Film and TV Institute of India (FTII).
Kareena Kapoor Career
She made her debut in the 2000 war film Refugee, Kapoor built up herself in Hindi cinemas with roles in the historical dramatization Asoka, and the blockbuster acting Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. That was her initial achievement.
By 2004, Kapoor was enthusiastic about expanding her range as an actress and hence chose to depict all the more testing roles. Kapoor assumed the role of a brilliant hearted prostitute in Chameli, a film relating the account of a youthful whore who meets with a bereft venture financier. In 2006, Kapoor showed up in three movies. She originally featured in the spine chiller 36 China Town, trailed by the parody Chup Ke; both were tolerably fruitful. She next played the character of Desdemona in Omkara.
Kapoor came back to film as the female hero Geet Dhillon, a vivacious Sikh young lady with vitality, in the rom-com Jab We Met (2007). The film was gotten positively by pundits and ended up fruitful in the cinema world with a gross profit of 303 million. Kapoor won a few honors for her exhibition, including her subsequent Screen Award and the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.
After, Kapoor played a doubtful spouse who trusted her significant other was unfaithful in Rohit Shetty’s satire Golmaal Returns. A continuation of the 2006 film Golmaal: Fun Unlimited, the film had a conflicted gathering from pundits, and Kapoor got blended surveys. Golmaal Returns was money related accomplishment with worldwide incomes of 793 million.
In 2009, Kapoor was given a role as Simrita Rai in Sabbir Khan’s clash of-the-genders satire Kambakkht Ishq, inverse Akshay Kumar. In 2010, Kapoor showed up in the rom-com Milenge, a creation deferred since 2005. The element accumulated negative surveys and poor film industry returns. Kapoor’s job was little, and not generally welcomed.
Kapoor had further accomplishment in 2011 as the adoration enthusiasm of Salman Khan’s character in the sentimental dramatization Bodyguard, a change of the 2010 Malayalam film of a similar name. The film was not generally welcomed by pundits, however, turned into a money related achievement, with a household aggregate of 1.4 billion.
There had been her catfights with Bipasha Basu on the sets of the film Ajnabee, as she publicly took a dig at her skin tone by calling her a “kali billi.”
Her controversial MMS with Shahid Kapoor, having a steamy liplock went viral on social media.
She publicly made fun of Priyanka Chopra’s accent, after which Priyanka finally replied by saying that she got it from the same place that Saif got his from.
Some fact about Kareena Kapoor
- She earned six Filmfare Awards
- In January 2014, she began working with UNICEF to advocate the education of girls and increase quality based education in India.
- She hosted a charity dinner to help raise awareness for the development of underprivileged kids and launched the ‘Child-Friendly School and Systems’ (CFSS) package.
- Kareena provided a voice-over for the documentary film Girl Rising: Woh Padhegi, Woh Udegi.
- She wrote an article published in The Times of India titled “Let’s save our newborn babies”
- She performed at a fundraiser for the World Youth Peace Summit in November 2003 and participated in a concert to raise money for victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami.
- Kareena visited Indian jawans (troops) in Rajasthan, for a special Holi weekend episode of NDTV’s reality show Jai Jawaan.
- In 2010, Kapoor adopted the village of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh as part of NDTV’s Greenathon Campaign, to provide the village with a regular supply of electricity.