Birthday Special: 7 memorable roles of Kajol
Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge:
Who can forget the innocence of Simran as she is wooed by her Raj from London to the fields of Punjab. She was every girls dream come true. Kajol's portrayal of Simran is considered as one of her best roles till date. The film, that had released on October 20, 1995 went on to enjoy a run of 1000 weeks at Mumbai's Maratha Mandir.
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai:
One of the most loved film of Kajol in which she had depicted the role of Anjali to Shah Rukh Khan's Rahul. She had perfectly portrayed the role of a young girl realising her feelings for her best friend but stepping aside to let him be with the Tina the girl he loves. The songs of the movie went on to be a chartbuster.
A psycholigical thriller had the fiesty actress depicting a dual role of twin sisters. When one of the sisters is brutally raped and murdered, the other decides to take revenge from the rapist Kajol perfectly depicted the contrast between the two sisters, and then the vulnerability and angst of the second sister.
Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha
This remake of hit Hollywood romantic flick 'The French Kiss' starrer Ajay Devgn and Kajol. Kajol's excellent comic timing and her chemistry with her hubby Ajay Devgn were the plus points of the movie that went on to be much loved by her fans.
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
Kajol as a loud mouthed Punjaban from Chandni Chowk made a home in every heart. She had won the Filmfare Award in the Best Actress category for Karan Johar film. The film saw the Karan Johar-SRK-Kajol trio back with a bang as the film was an instant blockbuster.
Kunal Kohli’s 2006 film 'Fanaa' brought together Aamir Khan and Kajol as a pair for the first time. The Kunal Kohli film was all about a blind girl from Kashmir falling in love with an insurgent. The songs and the sizzling onscreen chemistry shared by powerhouse actor's made it one of the most loved films of the Diva.
My Name Is Khan
The Karan Johar production once again brought the hit jodi of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol together to the delight of their fans. The unconventional story of a single mother falling in love with a Muslim man suffering from Asperger's syndrome struck a deep chord with the audience. For this film too, Kajol won a Filmfare Best Actress award.