Tuesday, November 19, 2013 12:32 IST
Actress Kareena Kapoor's mother-in-law has so much impressed her daughter-in-law that she wants to emulate the former in every manner. Like Sharmila, Kareena too wants to work in Bengali movies.
"Satyajit Ray was one such director with whom my mother-in-law had the opportunity to work in so many films. I also hope to be able to work with some of the great directors of Bengal," the young Kapoor scion married to Sharmila's son and actor Saif Ali Khan told reporters.
Describing Bengali film directors as very artistic and those with a deep sense of good scripts, Kareena said, "I have never been offered a Bengali film. But I want to work. Language comes as a problem but that can be managed with dubbing."
When asked, the 33-year-old actress said she never had the opportunity to spend enough time in Kolkata.
"But I love the Bengali food. The city is culturally very rich. If I do a Bengali film it will also give me the chance to understand the city better," she said.
Kareena was in Kolkata to promote Punit Malhotra's romantic comedy 'Gori Tere Pyaar Mein' where she is cast opposite Imran Khan. The film releases this Nov 22.
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