On her radio show What Women Want, the actress shared having no inhibitions. “I think working with Alia in Udta Punjab was sisterhood. In fact, her role was so powerful that actually I was like, ‘This is epic.’ Not for once did I ever flinch or think that should I do the film or not. I said I’ll be like the perfect foil to it. We just did the film together,” Kareena Kapoor said.
On the same lines, Kareena Kapoor appreciated how actresses have been sharing positive feedback and exchanging compliments through social media. “There is one thing that I love about social media. I like the way actresses nowadays congratulate and praise one another on their work, and sometimes even share each other’s work. I think that’s huge,” she said.
“I do make it a point to message my fellow female actors when I like their work. The last female colleague who I sent a message of support was…of course, I have sent messages to Alia or Katrina (Kaif) or whenever I genuinely like somebody’s work,” she added.
Kareena appreciated the fact that female actors are coming out in support of each other and said that she does not hesitate to compliment her colleagues on a good performance
Kareena Kapoor is currently enjoying her quarantine due to the Coronavirus lockdown. After making her Instagram debut recently, she has been keeping her fans updated with her routine, and even sharing sneak peeks of Taimur’s painting and gardening sessions with dad Saif Ali Khan.
On the work front, Kareena will be seen next in Advait Chandan’s Laal Singh Chaddha, alongside Aamir Khan. The film is a remake of Hollywood blockbuster Forrest Gump and is slated to release this Christmas.