'Heroine' is my bravest role: Kareena Kapoor
The film, directed by Madhur Bhandarkar, is said to have been inspired by real-life incidents from B-town and Kareena says not many actresses would have taken the risk of accepting this role.
"I wanted to be a heroine since my childhood. I am happy that 'Heroine' has turned out to be my bravest role. Not many actresses would want to play the role of a declining superstar," Kareena told us.
"Typically you see films where a star's journey is shown from rise to fall and then rise. In 'Heroine' that's not the case as from the very first frame you can see that this superstar is declining," she adds.
Kareena accepted the part because she connected with the character of Mahi Arora and also felt that this was a challenge worth taking.
"I always take challenges when it comes to performance oriented roles and 'Heroine' isn't something that I could have missed. I played a prostitute at the age of 22 when many people around me said that it was a wrong move and said I was way too young to pick up such a part.
"Still, I was convinced to play the part so I did it. Similarly when not many would have been courageous enough to take up the part of 'Heroine', I went ahead and did that. The character is such that you feel connected to it and really feel bad about what she is going through," she says.
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