Quotes said by Kareena

A life is full of happiness and tears, be strong and have faith.

I plotted since the age of five to be in the movies.

Ever since I was a kid, I knew my sister Karishma would join the industry. I used to see her talk about films. Both of us would chat about it as well. In our family, women were not supposed to join the industry. I guess my sister broke the ice and I am following the tradition.

I hate pitting on make-up and doing my hair. I am much happier in one plait. Moreover, I love to cry.

I have always been childish, playing around. I hurt as everybody does. However, I put up a false show of bravado. I am like a coconut - hard from the outside but soft on the inside.

I just call myself a lucky girl - Destiny's lucky child!

I still hate putting on make-up. I crib all the time when my face is being done up. Moreover, I still yell and crib when Manish Malhotra makes me try on outfits. I hate dressing up. I am happy in my salwar-kameez.

Yeah, I am getting my price. Producers are even willing to pay me more than what I ask. However, unfortunately, I cannot do every film. Therefore, I have to turn down offers. Chalo, at least this way others get work.

I want to look ravishing in every frame of every film. My looks are my first priority. The audience decides my status in the industry. Today, this audience comprises fashion conscious youth. So it is fully justified that I take pains to keep them happy.

Quotes said about Kareena

Abhishek Bachchan - Bebo is a great actress. In front of the camera, she is something else.

Rani Mukherjee - When Kareena performs, I feel like whistling. She is such a live wire.

Hrithik Roshan - I have worked with Kareena in so many films that the comfort level is high. I now understand her spontaneous style of acting, so I am less shocked by it. Because of the number of films we have done together, we know instinctively what the other is going to do next.

Subhaish Ghai - She has an instinctive talent; she is a bundle of talent. Only, she is a bit kiddish and speaks her mind without realizing the consequences. She has still to learn how to talk to the press and to people on stage. She does not want to use flowery language, does not want to be diplomatic.

J.P. Dutta - Kareena is a person who knows herself as a performer and as a person. Off the camera, you would feel she could not make it. However, once the camera is on, she transforms into somebody else.

Gautam Rajadhyaksha - Kareena, for me, is a throwback to the stars of the Sixties - there is so much glamour and so much tragedy in her persona and in the way she carries herself.

Amisha Patel - There is an invisible rivalry created by the media. The audience too, is curious to find out who is better.