Kareena Kapoor Khan and her elder sister Karisma Kapoor have been introduced up ‘single-handedly’ by their mom, Babita Kapoor. In an interview in 2007, Kareena had mentioned that she and Karisma didn’t see their father Randhir Kapoor typically whereas rising up, and received no monetary help from the Kapoor household.
Randhir and Babita received married on November 6, 1971, after the discharge of his debut movie Kal Aaj Aur Kal, by which they labored collectively. In 1988, he moved out of their residence to dwell together with his dad and mom.
Talking with Mumbai Mirror about their monetary situation earlier than Karisma turned a star, Kareena had mentioned, “Mum was all the time doing one thing, she single-handedly introduced us up. She has an actual property enterprise aside from different small companies. It was robust. Although my father can also be an essential think about my life.”
On being requested in the event that they received any monetary assist from the Kapoor household, Kareena had mentioned, “We have been left alone to fend for ourselves. However now we see extra of our father, although we didn’t see him typically in our preliminary years. We’re a household now.”
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Though Randhir and Babita have been separated for many years, they by no means received a divorce. Lately, he mentioned that he will likely be promoting his ancestral residence within the Chembur space of Mumbai to maneuver nearer to Babita, Kareena and Karisma.
Kareena is married to Saif Ali Khan. They’ve a four-year-old son named Taimur Ali Khan and a youthful son who was born in February this 12 months. His identify is but to be revealed.
Kareena will likely be seen subsequent on the large display screen in Laal Singh Chaddha, starring Aamir Khan within the titular position. Directed by Advait Chandan of Secret Celebrity fame, the movie is a remake of the Hollywood movie Forrest Gump. It’s going to launch in theatres this Christmas.