Actress Kareena Kapoor, who will be seen in 'Singham Returns', said that she hopes director Rohit Shetty would make a film on a female police official.
Kareena Kapoor Khan. Pic/Nimesh Dave
In 'Singham Returns' Kareena has played the love interest of a police official Bajirao Singham, which is a character essayed by Ajay Devgn. "I have met lot of police officers. I want to meet female police officers. I hope there is interaction with them. I hope he (director Rohit Shetty) will show the film to female police officers. I hope he makes his next film on a female police officer," Kareena told reporters here at a promotional event of the film.
Kareena said that cops lead a tough life which could inspire movie plots. "I feel that the way Rohit has made this film, is a tribute to them (cops). It is great that he has made a film like this.
Most of the Hindi films have shown cops as lumpen or comic types, but everyone wants to be like Bajirao Singham," she said. Incidentally, Yo Yo Honey Singh has teamed up with Ajay, Kareena for a song to be featured in 'Singham Returns'.
"I am big fan of Honey Singh so I was excited to work with him. I am happy as it is for the first time he has given tracks for any of my films and what better than 'Singham Returns'. I am sure it is going to be chartbuster track," Kareena said. Kareena who has done films like 'Bodyguard' and 'Ra.One' besides 'Chameli', 'Omkara', 'Heroine' said that she chose a movie if it "excited" her.
"It is not a conscious decision to do commercial films these days. I will do heroine oriented films only when I feel the script is great and not just for the sake doing it. Until then I will do films like this and work with Ajay, Rohit, Salman and others," she said.