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Kareena Kapoor Khan to begin her next film’s shoot from January?

People say women can’t work after marriage and she will prove it to you with the films in her kitty. Warn her that women don’t work during pregnancy and she will be seen at public events flaunting her Baby bump. Tell her after the baby it will be impossible to get work and she will give it back with a hit at the box-office. That’s Kareena Kapoor Khan for you.

Kareena is one Heroine who hasn’t shied away from saying what’s in her mind. She has been in the industry for around 18 years and is one of the most successful female actors we have. Her most recent release,’ Veere Di Wedding’ was her first film post pregnancy and the actress perfectly managed her personal and professional life. Her little munchkin, Taimur was also spotted with her during the promotion of the film. (Also Read: Kareena Kapoor Khan’s reply for trolls mom-shaming her is bang on)

In an interview with Midday, Kareena spoke about how her husband, Saif Ali Khan and her are managing their careers after Taimur has entered their life. She said, “Movies will go on, but I will do one film at a time. My husband isn’t a businessman who comes home at 6 pm. He is an actor too, and between us, we must balance our Time Out for Taimur. We have decided we’ll do one film each — I did ‘Veere Di Wedding’, now he is doing Navdeep’s (Singh) film. After he finishes his commitments by November, I will start my next. So, I can Kick it off in January.”

That means the actor has already finalised her next film. She said, “There is a project, of course, but I will let the announcements be made before I speak about it.”

Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Taimur Ali Khan

Image Source - Yogen Shah

She further added, “My family, my son, my husband — they are the most important things for me. I love being a mother as much as I love my work. I want to ace that balancing act and be an example for others. I was told that I won’t get films after marriage. I changed that. Even if this (doing fewer films) turns out to be a mistake, I’m okay with it. I have no regrets about the path I have chosen.”

We need more people like Bebo in this industry, don’t we?