After 'Heroine', Kareena wants to do light-hearted film
After starring as the lead actress in an intense film like 'Heroine', Kareena Kapoor now wants to do some light-hearted films and will start working on Punit Malhotra's film for Karan Johar's Dharma Productions.
The 32-year-old actress has taken a mini-break after 'Heroine' released on September 21 and is looking forward to re-unite with her 'Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu' co-star Imran Khan for the new film which will have a fun, conventional feel.
"After 'Heroine' I wanted to do a film which is good fun and carries a light hearted feel. Today's young bunch is making such good movies and after 'Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu', I would love to work with Imran again. Moreover Karan is family.
"As for Punit, he makes much more conventional movies with songs, dances and all. That should be good fun," Kareena told PTI.
Since this is a Karan Johar production, one expects its lead protagonist to be finding herself in a happy space.
But when it comes to Kareena's association with the production house, she has featured in relatively serious films like 'We Are Family' as well.
"Even 'Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu' started on a happy note, only to become a tad serious as it progressed. With 'Agent Vinod' preceding 'Heroine' and 'Talaash' coming soon, the going has been way too serious for Bebo. No wonder she has been promised by Karan and Punit that there would be quite some fun in store for her in the yet untitled film," said a source. PTI