Kareena Kapoor filmography

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Kapoor at an event for Bajrangi Bhaijaan in 2015

Kareena Kapoor, also credited by her married name Kareena Kapoor Khan, is an Indian actress who has appeared in over 50 Bollywood films. Kapoor made her acting debut opposite Abhishek Bachchan in the 2000 drama Refugee, for which she earned a Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.[1] The following year, she appeared in five films, including the romance Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai, the thriller Ajnabee, and the ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.... The latter emerged as the highest-grossing Bollywood film in overseas market to that point,[2][3][4] and the success of these films established her in Bollywood.[5] However, she followed this with roles in a series of commercial failures, including Mujhse Dosti Karoge! (2002) and Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon (2003), in which she was perceived to play variations of her character in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham....[6]

Kapoor portrayed a prostitute in the 2004 drama Chameli, which proved to be a turning point in her career,[7] earning her a Special Performance Award at Filmfare.[8] That same year, she played a Muslim woman affected by the 2002 Gujarat riots in Govind Nihalani's political drama Dev,[9] and two years later, she played the Desdemona character in Omkara (2006), an adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy Othello from director Vishal Bhardwaj.[10][11] She won two Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress for these films.[12] In 2007, Kapoor played a loquacious Sikh girl in Imtiaz Ali's Jab We Met, a commercially successful comedy-drama co-starring Shahid Kapoor, for which she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[13][14]

In 2009, Kapoor played a medical student in Rajkumar Hirani's comedy-drama 3 Idiots (2009), co-starring Aamir Khan,[15] which emerged as the highest-grossing Indian film to that point.[16] The following year, she starred with Kajol in the drama We Are Family (2010), winning the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress, and took on the lead role in the lucrative third installment of the Golmaal franchise.[17][18] In 2011, she played the leading lady in two top-grossing Hindi films—the action drama Bodyguard and the superhero film Ra.One.[19] Among her four releases in 2012, the romantic comedy Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu saw Kapoor play a free-spirited hairdresser.[20] She also received praise for playing a troubled actress in the drama Heroine (2012) and a mysterious prostitute in the thriller Talaash: The Answer Lies Within (2012).[21][22] Following an appearance in the poorly received romantic comedy Gori Tere Pyaar Mein (2013),[23] Kapoor decreased her workload for the next two years, taking on smaller parts of the love-interest in androcentric films such as Singham Returns (2014) and Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015); the latter ranks among Indian cinema's highest earners.[24][25] This changed in 2016 when she starred as an ambitious businessperson in Ki & Ka, a satire on gender stereotypes, and as a doctor running a drug rehabilitation center in the crime drama Udta Punjab, both of which were critically and financially successful.[24][26]

Films

Kapoor at the premiere of 3 Idiots in 2009
Key
Productions that have not yet been released Denotes productions that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Refugee 2000 Nazneen "Naaz" Ahmed J. P. Dutta Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut [12]
[27]
Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai 2001 Pooja Saxena Satish Kaushik [28]
Yaadein 2001 Isha Singh Puri Subhash Ghai [29]
Ajnabee 2001 Priya Malhotra Abbas–Mustan [30]
Aśoka 2001 Kaurwaki Santosh Sivan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [12]
[31]
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... 2001 Pooja "Poo" Sharma Karan Johar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [12]
[32]
Mujhse Dosti Karoge! 2002 Tina Kapoor Kunal Kohli [33]
Jeena Sirf Merre Liye 2002 Pinky/Pooja[a] Talat Jani [38]
Talaash: The Hunt Begins... 2003 Tina Suneel Darshan [39]
Khushi 2003 Khushi "Lali" Singh S. J. Surya [40]
Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon 2003 Sanjana Sooraj Barjatya [41]
LOC Kargil 2003 Simran J. P. Dutta [42]
Chameli 2004 Chameli Anant Balani
Sudhir Mishra[b]
Filmfare Award for Special Performance [8]
[44]
Yuva 2004 Mira Mani Ratnam [45]
Dev 2004 Aaliya Govind Nihalani Also playback singer for song "Jab Nahin Aaye The Tum"
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
[12]
[46]
[47]
Fida 2004 Neha Mehra Ken Ghosh [48]
Aitraaz 2004 Priya Malhotra (Saxena) Abbas–Mustan [49]
Hulchul 2004 Anjali Priyadarshan [50]
Bewafaa 2005 Anjali Sahai Dharmesh Darshan [51]
Kyon Ki 2005 Dr. Tanvi Khurana Priyadarshan [52]
Dosti: Friends Forever 2005 Anjali Suneel Darshan [53]
36 China Town 2006 Priya Abbas–Mustan [54]
Chup Chup Ke 2006 Shruti Priyadarshan [55]
Omkara 2006 Dolly Mishra Vishal Bhardwaj Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[12]
[56]
Don 2006 Kamini Farhan Akhtar Cameo [57]
Kya Love Story Hai 2007 Herself Lovely Singh Special appearance in song "It's Rocking" [58]
Jab We Met 2007 Geet Dhillon Imtiaz Ali Filmfare Award for Best Actress [12]
[59]
Halla Bol 2008 Herself Rajkumar Santoshi Special appearance [60]
Tashan 2008 Pooja Singh Vijay Krishna Acharya Playback singer for "Pooja Ka Tashan" [61]
Roadside Romeo 2008 Laila (voice) Jugal Hansraj Animated feature film [62]
Golmaal Returns 2008 Ekta Rohit Shetty [63]
Luck by Chance 2009 Herself Zoya Akhtar Special appearance [64]
Billu 2009 Herself Priyadarshan Special appearance in song "Marjaani" [65]
Kambakkht Ishq 2009 Simrita Rai/Bebo[a] Sabbir Khan [66]
Main Aurr Mrs Khanna 2009 Raina Khanna Prem Raj [67]
Kurbaan 2009 Avantika Ahuja (Khan) Rensil D'Silva Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [12]
[68]
3 Idiots 2009 Pia Sahastrabudhhe Rajkumar Hirani Nominated— Filmfare Award for Best Actress [12]
[69]
Milenge Milenge 2010 Priya Malhotra Satish Kaushik [70]
We Are Family 2010 Shreya Arora Siddharth Malhotra Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [71]
[72]
Golmaal 3 2010 Daboo Rohit Shetty Nominated— Filmfare Award for Best Actress [71]
[73]
Bodyguard 2011 Divya Siddique [74]
Ra.One 2011 Sonia Subramaniam Anubhav Sinha [75]
Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu 2012 Riana Braganza Shakun Batra [76]
Agent Vinod 2012 Iram Parveen Bilal/Dr. Ruby Mendes[a] Sriram Raghavan [77]
Rowdy Rathore 2012 Prabhu Deva Special appearance in song "Chinta Ta" [78]
Heroine 2012 Mahi Arora Madhur Bhandarkar Nominated— Filmfare Award for Best Actress [71]
[79]
Talaash: The Answer Lies Within 2012 Rosie/Simran[a] Reema Kagti [80]
Dabangg 2 2012 Arbaaz Khan Special appearance in song "Fevicol Se" [81]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Herself Multiple directors Special appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [82]
Satyagraha 2013 Yasmin Ahmed Prakash Jha [83]
Gori Tere Pyaar Mein 2013 Dia Sharma Punit Malhotra [84]
Singham Returns 2014 Avni Kamat Rohit Shetty [85]
The Shaukeens 2014 Herself Abhishek Sharma Cameo [86]
Happy Ending 2014 Raj & DK Cameo [87]
Gabbar Is Back 2015 Sunaina Krish Cameo [88]
Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 Rasika Kabir Khan [89]
Brothers 2015 Mary Karan Malhotra Special appearance in song "Mera Naam Mary" [90]
Ki & Ka 2016 Kia Bansal R. Balki [91]
Udta Punjab 2016 Dr. Preet Sahni Abhishek Chaubey Nominated— Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [92]
[93]
Veere Di Wedding Film has yet to be released 2018 TBA Shashanka Ghosh Filming [94]

Documentary

Title Year Role Director Ref.
Bollywood im Alpenrausch 2000 Herself (Uncredited) Christian Frei [95]
The Indian Food Wisdom and The Art
of Eating Right
2013 Herself Rujuta Diwekar [96]
Bollywood And Beyond: A Century Of Indian Cinema 2015 Herself Sanjeev Bhaskar [97]

Television

Title Year Role Creator Notes Ref.
Punar Vivah 2012 Mahi Arora Shashi Sumeet Productions Episode 154 [98]
C.I.D. 2012 Herself B. P. Singh Episode "Heroine Ka Khatra" [99]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Kapoor played a single character who has two different names.[34][35][36][37]
  2. ^ Mishra completed the film after the death of Balani.[43]

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Bibliography

External links

  • Kareena Kapoor Khan on IMDb


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