What Kareena Kapoor said at 4 a.m. today, 20 years after her first refugee film


Kareena Kapoor in her first shot from Refugee (courtesy of YouTube)

Strong points

  • Kareena starred with Abhishek in her first film
  • ‘Refugee’ also marked Abhishek’s Bollywood debut
  • “My first hit was at 4 am,” Kareena wrote in her post.

New Delhi:

Kareena Kapoor marked twenty years in Bollywood on June 30, the day her first film Refugee released two decades ago. Directed by JP Dutta, Refugee also marked Abhishek Bachchan’s springboard in Bollywood. Share his very first shot of Refugee, Kareena wrote that she had filmed the footage as early as 4 a.m. In her Tuesday article, Kareena wrote that she woke up today enjoying the life-changing decision more than 20 years ago: “My first shot was at 4 am … I woke up this morning at 4 am, looked at myself in the mirror, and thought it was the best decision I could have made. 20 years of hard work, dedication and self-confidence “, Kareena wrote in her article.

Describing Abhishek as the “sweetest” co-star, Kareena wrote: “I am extremely grateful to all my fans for all your love, support and strength. Thank you, JP Dutta for my life in the movies … Bachchan for being the sweetest co-star … and everyone involved in this film. “

She ended her message with these words: “I want to go back in time. # 20YearsAndNotGivingUp.” Kareena and Abhishek were cast as lovers in the heartbreaking love story Refugee. Abhishek and Kareena also starred in Principal Prem Ki Deewani Hoon in 2004. Read his article here:

Meanwhile, Abhishek Bachchan celebrated 20 years of Bollywood with this post, writing that this is just the “start” and that “it has so much more to prove”.

Time flies when you’re having fun! # RoadTo20 Today, 20 years ago, the refugee from JP Dutta is released. Mark the introduction of yours and @kareenakapoorkhan in the world of cinema. Your first film is always very expensive and special; The refugee was no different. An incredible experience! A newcomer could not have asked for anything else. JP sahab was the best teacher. Caring, nourishing and has since been an incredible guiding force for me. The entire cast and team were so patient, encouraging and encouraging. My love and respect for each of them are limitless. Thank you! It is a blessing and a privilege to be able to look back and tell the story of the past 20 years. Any actor will tell you, making a film is a huge honor. Surviving 20 years seems unimaginable. The best part is that I feel like I’m starting. I have so much more to prove. There is so much more to do and I can’t wait … However, none of this would have been possible without my family! They were my inspiration, my strength, my silent support and my “reason”. They left me free to understand everything I needed without ever putting pressure on myself, burdening me with expectations. They let me know when they didn’t like a performance and flooded me with love when they did. I am because of them and I hope that one day they will look back and remember that they are proud of me. But, now it sounds like the end … far from it. Like I said, I’m just getting started. And still a lot of miles to go before sleeping. “As the great Sinatra said:” The record shows, I took the blows and I did it my way! “#Take two.. Photo courtesy: @fifipewz

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Kareena Kapoor’s most famous films include Udta Punjab, Omkara, Kurbaan, 3 idiots, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, heroine and Talaash among others. She was last seen Angrezi Medium, in which she co-starred with Irrfan Khan. Kareena will then be seen in Karan Johar Takht.


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