However, several days into the filming, she abandoned the project and later explained that, “It was probably destined that I was not to be in the film. What surprises you is the ease with which she emotes the most difficult of scenes […] There’s no denying the fact that she is a natural performer who is very camera friendly.” with whom Ashoka falls deeply in love.
While the film received generally positive reviews, Kapoor’s acting performance received a mixed reaction from some critics, with some believing her contribution to the film was primarily for aesthetic purposes.
I have that much of faith in him as an actor.”‘s grand finale show at the Lakme Fashion Week, Khan confirmed their relationship to the media saying, “Yes, we are not exactly shouting from the rooftops but yes, clearly we are together. ”[Their relationship is frequently reported on in the media, and is often subject to press speculation of a possible engagement or marriage.[However, both of them have denied these rumours.Playing a cosmetic beauty to the hilt, she is simply adorable.”[During 20, Kapoor experienced a slump in her career.She featured in six films in total— on his debut, was a film with high public anticipation, yet it under-performed at the domestic box office despite generating revenue overseas.The film deals with Internet theft and an underworld of Mumbai gangsters in which her character Neha Mehra becomes involved.Although the film failed at the box office, Kapoor received positive reviews for her performance. She looks tired, but manages to freshen you up with her bitchy smile”; concluded, “Kareena has finally moved beyond “Poo” in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham and has come into her own.” Anjaji, who marries her sister’s husband after her death, but unsatisfied with the ensuing married life resumes a relationship with her previous boyfriend.Kareena doesn’t have the lines, but she has moments demanding powerful use of expression, and she delivers.” Later that year, she appeared in an girl with a strong zest for life.The film was received favourably by critics and became one of the year’s most successful films at the box office, earning a domestic total of Rs 303 million.These negative reviews were fundamental in motivating her to embody different roles, often with a stronger essence of character, in the years that followed.[ Turning point, 2004–present Following the negative period in Kapoor’s career, 2004 marked the beginning of her work in more serious films, most of which would bring her critical acclaim rather than commercial success., which takes the name of her central character.Chameli relates the story of a young prostitute who meets with a widowed investment banker, and follows their way of getting close to each other by sharing their devastating life experiences.The film received mixed reviews and Kapoor’s performance was not well-received.commented that “Her character is one of the hardest to essay, as she goes through love and awe, fear and bewilderment, defiance to her father and submission to her man.