Kareena Kapoor still in denial about her wedding

Last Updated: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 - 19:50

New Delhi: The invitation cards are out and the trousseau is being designed but actress Kareena Kapoor is still mum about her much-anticipated wedding with actor Saif Ali Khan.

Kareena, 31, is reportedly all set to tie the knot on October 16 and Saif`s mother Sharmila Tagore has sent out the invitations already. But the actress is not ready to acknowledge it yet.

"Whenever Saif and I do it, our fans will hundred per cent know. Nobody knows about my wedding. I want people to talk about my film rather than my wedding. Whenever we decide it is the right time, we will tell the world about it. And currently, this is not the right time," said Kareena, who was in the Capital today to promote her film `Heroine`.

Reportedly Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt has congratulated Saif and Kareena for their upcoming nuptials.

"I am honoured that Angelina and Brad have wished me luck for my wedding. They are lovely people and I would definitely like to meet them," Kareena said.

Even though the to-be-married couple are tight-lipped on the issue, designer Manish Malhotra has also said he is working on Kareena`s wedding trousseau.

Kareena is currently excited about her upcoming release, Madhur Bhandarkar`s ‘Heroine’, where she is playing the lead character of Mahi Arora.

"It`s a performance-oriented film and I am playing such a character for the first time which has got so many layers in it. It will definitely break my image of portraying the girl-next-door in films," she said.

Kareena came on board after after Aishwarya Rai Bachchan pulled out of the film due to pregnancy.

"I never had any mental pressure. I always wanted to work with Madhur. When I came on the set I didn`t have any pre-conceived notions about him. I came with an open mind and tried to give my best possible shot."

PTI



First Published: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 - 19:50

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