Watch: Kareena Kapoor shows off her moves to 'Mauja Hi Mauja'

Directed by Imtiaz Ali, 'Jab We Met' was Shahid Kapoor and Kareena's last film together as a couple.

Watch: Kareena Kapoor shows off her moves to 'Mauja Hi Mauja'
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New Delhi: Actress Kareena Kapoor, who was present at a media event with her sister Karisma Kapoor on Saturday, re-created a 'Jab We Met' moment when she grooved to one of the hit songs 'Mauja Hi Mauja' from the film.

Directed by Imtiaz Ali, 'Jab We Met' was Shahid Kapoor and Kareena's last film together as a couple. Kareena and Shahid broke up soon after the film was released, leaving all their fans heartbroken. Although their crackling chemistry swayed the audience, the duo never worked with each other again.

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In the video, Kareena, who is dressed in a white formal outfit, is happily dancing to the song along with her sister Karisma Kapoor. 

In the media conclave, both the Kapoor sisters talked about a lot of things.

Kareena also made a stunning revelation on the controversy surrounding her child's name post his birth and said that her husband and actor Saif Ali Khan was ready to change his name from Taimur to Faiz.  

"Saif was ready to change his name to Faiz but I was not going to succumb to public pressure. My son is Taimur and will grow up to be like his name -- an Iron Man one day," she said. 

The 'Ki and Ka' actress also denied the existence of nepotism in Bollywood.
 
"There are so many superstars from yesteryears and not all of their children are a superstar. If nepotism exists, they would have been a big star by now," she said. 

Citing the example of 'Padmaavat' star Ranveer Singh, Kareena added, "The fact that Ranveer Singh has become the new superstar of Bollywood who does not come from a film family proves the fact that they become superstar out of their sheer talent and hard work. Nepotism does not exist."

Sister Karisma too joined the discussion and asserted, "I think it is about the talent that takes you where you go. When you are on-screen, anybody can make or break you; anyone can make a judgment on you irrespective of you are a daughter or grandchildren of someone."

"And for a youngster who has a huge family and legacy behind, is much tough to make a mark," she added.

During the discussion, when they were countered 'But Kangana Ranaut said otherwise', Karisma quipped, "People can have their opinion and we should respect each opinion."

On the work front, Kareena Kapoor is gearing up for her big release 'Veere Di Wedding', which also stars Sonam Kapoor and Swara Bhaskar in lead roles. The film would be produced under the banner of Balaji Motion Pictures and is slated to hit the theatres on June 1, 2018.

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