Aamir Khan’s heart touching wedding gift for Kareena Kapoor

Last Updated: Sunday, October 14, 2012 - 10:14

Zeenews Bureau

Mumbai: As friends and family of Kareena Kapoor gear up for her big fat wedding to Saif Ali Khan, her ‘Talaash’ co-star Aamir Khan has planned a special gift for her.

Mr ‘Perfectionist’ of Hindi cinema, Aamir, who is currently busy shooting for Yash Raj’s ‘Dhoom 3’ in Chicago, will fly down to Mumbai to launch the music of his suspense thriller ‘Talaash’ on 18 October.

Talking to DNA, a source close to the unit revealed, “Aamir Khan has managed to keep one day aside for the event from his busy schedule of shooting for ‘Dhoom 3’ in Chicago. He will be coming for a day to attend the event. Unfortunately Kareena will be the only one who won’t be there. So, Aamir along with the producers Farhan Akhtar and Riteish Sidhwani have come up with an interesting idea. They have decided that since Kareena is an integral part of the film and won’t be there they should have her there in some way. It’s an auspicious moment and a big celebratory time in Kareena’s life, so what better than raising a toast to her.”

Aamir, who usually keeps away from social dos organized by his colleagues in the film industry, has decided he would celebrate Kareena’s happiness with his ‘Talaash’ team.

“Aamir, Rani Mukerji, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Reema Kagti...everybody will say something about Kareena and their association with her. They will also pop a champagne bottle to celebrate her new life! It’s not surprising since they know Bebo pretty well. They have worked with her before. With the film releasing next month they simply couldn’t come up with any other dates to accommodate everyone,” the source added.



First Published: Sunday, October 14, 2012 - 10:14

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