The actress had shared the photograph on social media
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Kareena Kapoor today took to social media and shared an old photograph of hers and Kareena Kapoor from their childhood days. What is remarkable about this photograph is the glorious presence of Bollywood’s original showman- the legendary (late) Raj Kapoor, who also happens to be Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor’s grandfather.
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Kareena Kapoor Khan took to social media today and shared the adjoining photograph, which is definitely its weight in gold. Kareena Kapoor Khan had captioned this photograph stating, “Lolo gets the soft drink... I get the biryani #MondayThrowback”. This photograph, which is stated as a ‘MondayThrowback’ speaks of Lolo getting the soft drink. For the uninitiated, Karisma Kapoor’s nickname is Lolo. On the other hand, Kareena Kapoor’s nickname is ‘Bebo’.
On a professional front, Karsima Kapoor’s film ‘Brown’ had got chosen as one of the 16 titles across five continents to screen at the Berlinale Series Market. Lolo, then, had taken to social media to share the news. She wrote, "Brown goes to Berlin! Thrilled to know that Brown has been chosen as one of the 16 titles across five continents to screen at the Berlinale Series Market! Congratulations Team #BROWN"
On the other hand, Kareena Kapoor Khan will be seen in director Sujoy Ghosh's thriller which is based on the book 'The Devotion of Suspect X'. It also stars Vijay Varma and Jaideep Ahlawat. Apart from that, she also has director Hansal Mehta's next untitled film.
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Speaking of Kareena Kapoor, she had recently attended an event that reacted to the rising 'Boycott Bollywood' trend. She was a part of the Indian Chamber of Commerce-Young Leaders Forum event in Kolkata. And during the discussion, speaking about the 'Boycott Bollywood' trend, she had said, “"I don't agree with it at all. If that happens, how will we entertain, how will you have the joy and happiness in your life, which, I think everybody needs. And which cinema and films are promising, which we have always done, which films have always done. Agar films nahi hogi toh entertainment kaisa hoga."