Kapoor sisters meet Hillary Clinton, discuss ups-downs of Bollywood life

Kapoor sisters meet Hillary Clinton, discuss ups-downs of Bollywood life

I was like no, "If it is a boy, my son is going to be a fighter, he will be called 'Taimur".

On the professional front, Kareena Kapoor Khan will be next seen in Shashanka Ghosh's directorial Veere Di Wedding alongside Sonam Kapoor, Shikha Talsania and Swara Bhaskar.

The trolls were unmistakable and Bebo chose to speak on the same "Of course, there was trolling but at the same time there was an enormous support from the people we were getting, not that trolls matter to us that much but it was our choice".

"I do not know how to control it now".

"I do not like the fact that everyday Taimur's moves are monitored, pictures are out, what he is doing, where he is going, what he is wearing, discussing his hairstyle".

"It is about talent, we maybe children or grandchildren of somebody but once you are on the silver screen you are that part". Even though, Saif later clarified that the name Taimur hasn't got anything to do with the historic ruler, but in fact it means, iron, the backlash seemed to be never ending. At the conclave, the sisters spoke about everything, right from film, family to nepotism, feminism.

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Kareena Kapoor Khan reveals that Saif was almost ready to change Taimur's name to Faiz

Kareena also made a stunning revelation on the controversy surrounding her child's name post his birth and said that her husband and actor Saif Ali Khan was ready to change his name from Taimur to Faiz. "It is their choice not to work, Geeta aunty and Jennifer chose to work". "So we all practised our choice", said the Judwaa star. "If nepotism exists, they would have been a big star by now".

"There are so many superstars from yesteryears and not all of their children are a superstar".

Kareena Kapoor thinks that nepotism doesn't exist in Bollywood.

Karisma Kapoor dismissed the widespread myth about the first family of Bollywood (the Kapoors) that they do not allow their daughters-in-laws to work in films, reported news agency IANS.

"And for a youngster who has a huge family and legacy behind, is much tough to make a mark", she added.

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