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Kareena Kapoor: 'Being married won't change my career'

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Kareena Kapoor has said that being married won't affect her career choices.

In an interview with Mid-Day, the Talaash star said she is able to achieve a good balance between her personal and professional lives.

Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor displays a creation by Kallol Datta at the grand finale during the Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai, India

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She said: "I'll continue to do the films I want to and I'll reject the films I don't want to - like I always did! My ultimate aim is to be part of good movies. I don't think my being married is going to change anything on my career front. My profession is not going to get overwhelmed by my personal life.

"We actors are very greedy people. We want success, good roles and a good love life as well. I'm really thankful to have it all. And there's nothing wrong in being ambitious.

Kapoor, who rated her acting ability as seven out of ten, said she will continue to do heroine-centric films.

She added: "I'll do heroine-oriented roles but I'll also work in films like Bodyguard or Ra.One , where I'm there just to look pretty! Acting is my passion. I have to act but I can't just do bland characters under the pretence of performance-oriented roles."



The actress, who married her Agent Vinod co-star Saif Ali Khan in October this year, said that life has not changed after marriage.

"Only the questions have changed! Earlier it was 'When are you getting married?' and now it's this. I don't know why it should be any different for me. I'm very proud to be a married actress," she revealed.

Kapoor plays a prostitute called Rosie in the forthcoming suspense drama Talaash, which is released on November 30.

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