Kareena Kapoor, whose name was derived from the book Anna Karenina, is known for her distinctive acting style as she relies on her instincts and spontaneity as an actor. The actress who is going to turn 33 this weekend, is known to commit heavily to each role, and refrains from rehearsing for a project. Starting at the age of 20 in the was movie Refugee, she has come a long way to being one of the top actresses of Bollywood. Kareena Kapoor is also known for having excellent on-screen chemistry with whoever she is paired with. Bollywood Celebden presents 5 of her best on screen pairings.
Shahid Kapoor in Jab We Met
Kareena Kapoor, who won the Filmfare Best Actress Award for her portrayal of Geet Dhillon in this movie, shared excellent on-screen chemistry with her the-then boyfriend Shahid Kapoor. Kareena was paired with Shahid earlier in movies like Fida and 36 China Town. Her off-screen chemistry with him flopped but the on-screen chemistry ensured the movie was a major hit.
Ajay Devgn in Omkara
In this movie based on Shakespeare’s Othello, Kareena Kapoor plays the character Dolly Mishra (based on Desdemona in the original play). Her onscreen chemistry with Ajay Devgn did wonders for the movie. She was paired with Devgn later in Golmaal Returns, Golmaal 3 and in Satyagraha.
Saif Ali Khan in Kurbaan
She was seen with her the-then boyfriend and now husband Saif Ali Khan in the 2009 movie Kurbaan. Though the movie wasn’t commercially successful, Saif-Kareena’s offscreen chemistry ensured excellent onscreen chemistry.
Aamir Khan in 3 Idiots
Kareena Kapoor is ravishingly hot in her bheegi-bheegi sari in this movie. Her onscreen chemistry with Aamir has a feel-good factor to it. Right from the first scene together to the last, whenever those two are on screen chemistry oozes out of the screen.
Imran Khan in Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu
Kareena Kapoor as this bubbly plan-on-the-go girl and Imran Khan as the perfect-over-achieving-depressed guy make a wonderfully entertaining couple in this movie based on the Hollywood film What Happens In Vegas.document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);