It's fun taking risks in career: Kareena Kapoor
- Malaysia signals missing plane carrying 239 including 5 Indians has crashed
- Disquiet in BJP as M M Joshi, Sushma raise questions over selected candidates and seat sharing
- Subrata Roy arrest row: The not-so-beautiful story
- Vajpayee wanted Modi to quit over Gujarat riots, but party said no: Venkaiah Naidu
- Rest in freeze: Is Ashutosh Maharaj 40-day âclinically deadâ or a guru in a very long meditation?
"It's nice to do a role like Rosie in Talaash, who is so sensitive, and then something like this song. People should see that I am trying to do different things and not just confidently doing my own thing or repeating the same," she said.
'Talaash' opened to positive reviews on November 30 and Kareena's performance has been lauded. The actress said this a good sign for the industry.
"People have liked the film as a whole and my role has been appreciated. It kind of gives hope and faith to actors that there is space for good cinema and a good story."
The film is a suspense thriller, which sees Aamir playing the role of an inspector investigating the death of an actor, while Kareena's character helps him out.
"Aamir has a lot to do with my decision to do this film, every actress wants to work with him. But that aside, when I heard the part they were offering me, it kind of blew me away," she said.
Kareena said the film's success also shows that an actress' marital status doesn't really affect her career.
"I'm happy that 'Talaash' has done well, because it shows that it really doesn't matter whether you are married or not, it's all about being part of a good film."
Having tied the knot with Saif Ali Khan in October after a five-year relationship with the actor, Kareena said her life hasn't changed much post-marriage.
"I don't understand why such a big deal is being made about my marriage. I married the man that I love and I am happier. Life really hasn't changed much."