1 Feb 2016

Kareena Kapoor Considering Three Films at the Moment: Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, Sadma & Baadshaho

Kareena Kapoor Khan had only one release in 2015. But Bajrangi Bhaijaan with Salman Khan, broke all box-office records. In 2016, the actress will be seen in Ki And Ka and has not signed any films post that announcement. Currently the begum is enjoying some R&R with hubby Saif Ali Khan in his ancestral home in Pataudi.

According to DNA India: Kareena has taken many scripts with her to read and she will finalise films for this year. But the three scripts that she’s focusing on are the remake of Sadma (produced by Boney Kapoor), a biopic on eminent Gandhian, a freedom fighter, and social activist Rajkumari Amrit Kaur. And the third is Milan Luthria’s Baadshaho, which stars Ajay Devgn. Before she left for Pataudi, Milan met her and expressed his desire to work with her. He also added that Ajay wanted her to play the role of a Rajasthani princess in the film. Earlier, Lisa Haydon and Shruti Haasan were cast in the film, but because of the script undergoing a complete change both the actresses are not part of the film now. Kareena is excited about all the three characters but she needs this time to figure out her date schedule and what she wants to do first.

Which one will Bebo pick?

Rajkumari Amrit Kaur
Rajkumari Amrit Kaur was a member of the Constituent Assembly, the body that framed the Constitution of India. She was the health minister in the Indian Cabinet for 10 years after Independence from the British Raj (1947) and had her early education in Sherborne School for Girls in Dorset, England, and college education at Oxford University.

Directed by Balu Mahendra and starring Kamal Hassan and Sridevi in the lead, Sadma (1983) revolves around Nehalata (Sridevi), a young woman who regresses to childhood after suffering a head injury in a car crash. She ends up trapped in a brothel before being rescued by Somu (Kamal Haasan), a school teacher who falls in love with her.

Baadshaho is based on true events around a royal family during the 1970s. The political drama-thriller is based on a clash between the ruling powers and a royal family in Rajasthan during the Emergency and will have a multi-starrer cast.

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