Written byPallabi Chatterjee ·
Before Kareena Kapoor Khan became a superstar, she was a normal teenager like us commoners, having actors as her crushes, and wishing to meet them someday.
On the Season 7 of Dance India Dance, where she is one of the judges, she revealed the name of that actor whom she was infatuated with.
Just for him, she apparently watched his debut film 8 times.
And like many, she has also watched the Mahesh Bhatt-directorial close to ten times, the Veere Di Wedding actress added.
Released in 1990, the all-time blockbuster marked the debut of Rahul and Anu Aggarwal.
Dance India Dance, which started airing on June 22, has Kareena, choreographer Bosco Martis, and rapper Raftaar as the judges.
Interestingly, through this reality show, Kareena made her debut on the small screen, and she is reportedly charging a stunning Rs. 3 crore per episode.
Recently she said that she gave a nod to DID as it's "the biggest dance reality show".
"When the offer came to me, I wanted to see how it works. It is a different world. It gives a great platform for people to showcase their talent," the actress pointed out, while admitting that she is an avid viewer of the show.
Apart from this, Kareena also hosted a chat show titled What Women Want on Ishq 104.8 FM, where she would invite several renowned personalities and converse with them on topics ranging from career, motherhood to women empowerment.
The radio show had guests like Sunny Leone, Karisma Kapoor, Soha Ali Khan, Mallika Dua, Malaika Arora, Amrita Arora, Masaba Gupta, holding talks with the actress.
"There's very little importance given to what a woman actually wants even today, and I'm glad to have got an opportunity to be a part of a radio show which aims to talk about it and promote the same," Kareena had said about the show.
The 38-year-old also walked for the Lakme Fashion Week recently, which had #FreeYourLips as the theme, indicating freedom of expression.
Kareena wore a Gauri & Nainika creation, which was an all-black off-shoulder ensemble, layered with silk and net.
While talking about the theme, she said, "The theme, for me, is about freedom for women to make the choice of what they want to do."
"The freedom of what women want, whether it's (about) being married, wanting to work, wanting to make your voice heard. The fact that I live the way I want to, on my own terms is what I think is the best quality I've," she asserted.
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