Awards are my children: Kareena
Sunday, December 23, 2012 15:22 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
Having bagged six Filmfare awards already, Begum Kareena (Kapoor) considers them her children, who will follow the actress to her grave.

"They are my children...my six Filmfare awards will follow me right till my grave," said Kareena at the launch of the Filmfare awards on Tuesday.

While she hopes to add more to her awards' kitty, she is also aware of the tough competition that she is likely to face.

"I am having very stiff competition in my own family this days...from my brother (Ranbir Kapoor). He might very soon cross me and my grandfather (Raj Kapoor)," said the actress, who is often credited for carrying on the legacy of her grandfather.

Kareena has been recently featured as a supernatural character in Reema Kagti's film 'Talaash', sharing screen space with superstar Aamir Khan and Rani Mukerji.

Speaking on the film, Kareena said, "For me 'Rosy' (character name) was a special role...it was interesting."

"I think a film like that was one of it's kind in India," she added.


Kareena, who is likely to face competition from the 53 years old Sridevi, told reporters that she does not even consider herself in the diva's league.

"Well, I won't like to include myself in that list at all," said Bebo.

She added, even without watching the film 'English Vinglish'," She is the ultimate diva!"
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