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I am not going to shave my head for experimentation: Kareena Kapoor Khan
Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan says that her recently released film Ki & Ka might have not received rave reviews from some critics, but her fans and movie-goers have liked the film.
Mumbai: Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan says that her recently released film "Ki & Ka" might have not received rave reviews from some critics, but her fans and movie-goers have liked the film. She is happy and content with that because she feels that the views of the "aam janta" (common man) are of utmost importance.
When IANS caught up with the actress before she walked the Lakme Fashion Week Summer-Resort 2016 ramp as a showstopper for Rohit Bal’s show here, she was asked about how "Ki &Ka" has contributed to her career.
She said: "Well, I think a lot."
"A lot of the reviews didn’t back the film, but audiences backed the film and I think that’s most important. Actors should realise that the films are backed by your fans, the 'aam janta', and that’s more important,” she added.
Bal showcased the finale show at the fashion week and Kareena like a diva in a heavily embroidered lehenga and choli.
Asked how much care she takes for looking good in real life, she said: “I believe that fashion is more in comfort and if you are comfortable, then you will automatically look good. I feel I am always well-dressed.”
So is she ready to experiment with her looks in films?
“I am open in the sense that when I am doing fashion blogs, commercial films and other things... But for films, you have to stick to the character. You can’t just experiment just for the sake of it. You have to do different styles or do strange things to your hair and make-up just because you want to experiment. It has to stick to the character.”
But what if the role demands it?
“I am not going to shave my head if that’s the level of the experimentation,” she said.