Kareena Kapoor, or “Bebo” as she’s affectionately called, stole the show when she recently showed up at her sister Karisma Kapoor’s (Lolo) special screening event of her web series, Ekta Kapoor’s Mentalhood. Karisma Kapoor is making her acting comeback after a very long break. Kareena, Karishma’s little sister and one of the closest people in her life, attended the event with their mother Babita Shivdasani to show their support for her at the event.
“I think everybody is very excited especially about Lolo because I think we all, as fans, have waited to watch her onscreen… on TV. We have wanted her to comeback on scene after so many years. I am as excited and nervous as she is. I know how nervous she is, but Mentalhood revolves around such a relevant topic today,” says Kareena.
Her life story in pics
The 3 Idiots actress had also made her Instagram debut last week, hours within which her page gathered over a million followers. The first few of her posts on the platform are pictures of her husband Saif Ali Khan and their little one, Taimur. The actress has said that she hopes to use the platform for her brands, her films and all about her personal life too.
“My fans have pulled me towards this. There are so many fan clubs out there and they were all asking me to do so. So we needed one point where you could know all about me, about my films, my brands, about my life and of course there will be once a picture of them (Saif and Taimur),” she tells us.
Working with the best
Kareena, who will next appear in the film Angrezi Medium with Irrfan Khan, tells us that she picked up the role only because it had Irrfan in the lead. “I am very excited. I got the opportunity to work with such a brilliant actor like Irrfan. That for me is the greatest honour. That’s the reason why I did the film as well,” she adds.
When we ask her if her fans can expect Bebo and Lolo to work together ever, she tells us that it is a possibility with a good script that can justify both their characters. “I think that we have always wanted to, but then there has been no script good enough thus far that we could do. If someone comes up with a good script, then we could consider,” she says, signing off.