Female Bollywood actresses are very famous in India and all over the world. This is because of their striking beauty and talent. And when it comes to Female Bollywood superstars two names are on top of the list, Katrina Kaif and Kareena Kapoor. Both beautiful and talented but often compared.
Katrina worked as a photographic model before being an actress. She has transformed herself from not being able to speak Hindi to one of the busiest and sought after actresses today. She’s certainly grown from dubbing for Namaste London, to dancing Kathak for 7 hours nonstop and working as much as she can on her Bollywood career. In her relatively short span in the film industry, she already starred with some of the biggest filmmakers in the industry, dogged by controversy because of Salman Khan’s cases and for wearing a skirt in a place of worship. Which created a lot of controversy for her, first film was Boom.
Kareena Kapoor, from the legendary Kapoor family, a young star had an amazing debut as a young Muslim in Refugee by JP Dutta’s with kid star Abhishek Bachan last 2000. Even though the movie didn’t do great, Kareena was embraced by the viewing public immensely. From her first scene, the entire nation knew that superstar was born. Kareena began a journey of a lifetime like bollywood actresses that would lead to her to being a superstar. She was instantly signed by the biggest of producers even before her first film. She surprised audiences in her second film, Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai. Unfortunately, Kareena also faced many controversies. Her choice of words, unintentionally sometimes offend people, but this is just her character and most of these incidents were just fabricated and her words edited. But t she never let this stop her instead she used these intrigues to her advantage and made her stronger. Saying “my work will speak for me.”
These only show that both are top actresses, with all theyve been true and where they are now. So there is no reason for us to compare them because they are doing their own stuff in their on pace on their own careers.