From Refugee to her cameo starring Irrfan Khan, Angrezi Medium, Bollywood Bebo, also known as Kareena Kapoor Khan, has tricked the hearts of her fans around the world. And all this thanks to her enchanting appearance and this sparkling behavior.
Every time the actress of Jab We Met gets a perfect role, her magic on the screens is enhanced. There are many movies in which her fans would love her as the original actress. However, did you know that Khan once left the huge blockbuster Queen of 2013?
Yes, you heard that right! Kareena Kapoor Khan was the first to be offered the role of Kangana Ranaut in the release of Queen in 2013. Not only that, the actress is said to have also been offered starring roles in Kal Ho Naa Ho, Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai, Goliyon Ki Rasleela – Ram Leela, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Black. However, she rejected them.
According to India Today, during an interview in the past, when asked about all these films and the reason for the rejection of the roles in them, Kareena Kapoor Khan immediately denied the reports and confessed: “There are only two films in this the list that is correct. , the rest is all wrong. The queen was offered to me “.
During the same interview, when asked if she regretted not accepting the Queen’s time as she was hugely successful at the box office, Kareena Kapoor Khan said: “I never look back, I just move forward. I dont regret.”
Ouch! We are sure that Kareena Kapoor would be as good as Kangana in the 2013 release!
On the professional front, Kareena Kapoor is currently preparing for the release of Laal Singh Chaddha’s upcoming film with Aamir Khan.
Kangana Ranaut or Kareen Kapoor Khan, who do you think would play the role of Queen? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.
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