Kareena Kapoor Khan is a true artist who has mastered the skills to succeed in the Bollywood industry. Her powerful performances and well-defined characters allow for an escape from everyday life. Each on-screen personality portrayed by Bebo creates impactful moments with their expressions that can last forever because they are GIFTED!
The Bollywood actress has made us laugh, cry and ship her all through the years. Let’s remember this beautiful star with some of her best on-screen performances!
- As Nazneen Ahmed in Refugee
Kareena Kapoor’s debut role was as a village girl who fell in love with a refugee during the border tensions and terror attacks between two countries. The audience loved her acting, which felt natural; they could immerse themselves because of this quality. Kareena only turned 18 years old while working on these scenes – making it one of the six highest-grossing films for 2000.
- As Pooja Sharma in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
The iconic On-Screen character of Pooja Sharma, also known as “Poo” has impacted audiences across generations. She became a major style icon for the 90’s kids and there is no denying that every millennial absorbs some traits portrayed by her: unapologetic, self-love, etc. The film had Shah Rukh Khan alongside Kajol, Hrithik Roshan & Amitabh Bachchan, while earlier, during an interview, she told us it was a difficult character portrayal.
- As Chameli in Chameli
Kareena Kapoor’s portrayal of Chameli in this Hindi movie was a turning point in her career, earning her an award from the Filmfare. The makers stated that making “Chameli” was impossible without including Kareena as she embodies all these traits and more!
- As Dolly Mishra in Omkara
The story of an innocent young woman who falls in love with the wrong man, Omkara is based on Shakepeare’s tragedy “Othello”. This drama Hindi movie saw Kareena Kapoor playing Dolly Mishra; she was smitten at first sight when they met. She forms a strong central character because their relationship has been built upon trust and honesty, which becomes increasingly difficult as time progresses due to circumstances outside its control (such that they don’t know each other’s true identities). Her performance in portraying this role so realistically deserves mention amongst other noteworthy performances seen in this Hindi movie.
- As Geet Dhillon in Jab We Met
The Hindi movie Geet was an inspiring portrayal of self-love that will remain evergreen. The character Geet is shown as a talkative carefree Punjabi girl who refuses to settle for anything less than what she wants in love; this includes taking risks with people’s feelings or compromising on her terms when it comes time for them to make compromises—unafraid & brave enough! When you watch Kareena Kapoor embody these traits alongside creating fresh memories, you will realize this is her best on-screen performance.
- As Pia in 3 Idiots
The Hindi movie “3 Idiots” masterfully portrays of the life lessons we can learn from following our dreams and passion. The character Pia, portrayed by Kareena Kapoor in this Hindi movie, is a family oriented with loyal values to her father’s vision for him or herself; she has good sense of humour that makes every scene perfect! Many people may relate themselves as bold, just like how they were when young – unapologetically pursuing what you love without caring about any consequences it might bring along.
- As Mahi Arora in Heroine
Kareena Kapoor played the role of Mahi Arora, a glamorous star who falls prey to shutterbugs and soon loses her originality which eventually leads to tragedy. Her expressions were noteworthy; they made this character memorable for all time! The critics praised how she did justice with what could have been another forgettable performance by just being herself – breathtakingly beautiful but also vulnerable at times like any other human beings out there on earth (even if you are famous). This movie mirrors reality within our society today: people are often judged based upon External appearances rather than Internal value systems or universal truths.
- As Deepti Batra in Good Newwz
Kareena Kapoor’s character, Deepti Batra, is very relatable to the 21st century woman. She plays an independent and self-sufficient person who also desires a baby. Still, she won everyone’s heart with her emotional monologue, successfully impacting mothers’ lives everywhere by opening up about struggles that we go through during pregnancy–even though it might feel like all hope has abandoned us! This speechful movie includes successful box office performance stars Akshay Kumar, Kiara Advani & Diljit Dosanjh in pivotal roles.