Kareena Kapoor says she believes in equality but is not a feminist

Kareena Kapoor says she believes in equality but is not a 'feminist' and we're confused

Kareena Kapoor says she believes in equality but is not a 'feminist' and we're confused

Kareena Kapoor was speaking at the music launch event of her upcoming film Veere Di Wedding.

That way, even Sonam Kapoor in a recent interview revealed how she feels really bad for Kareena when she sees pictures of Taimur everywhere but not without mentioning the brighter side to it as she added how Taimur gives happiness to people who just get happy seeing his pictures. I want to do one film at a time. Asked about the idea of feminism, Kareena said: "I believe in equality. I wouldn't say I am a feminist, I would say I am a woman and above all, I am a human being", reported news agency IANS. Kareena Kapoor Khan finds the Pari actresses' husband, cricketer Virat Kohli hot! "So that is just the way I am".

Kareena has always been vocal about her personal life, but in this film, she playing a character which is commitment phobic.

When asked about the buzz around Veere Di Wedding she circled back to the question pointed at Kareena and said, "They asked Kareena, 'Are you a feminist?' What is the definition of a feminist?"

Veere Di Wedding, produced by Balaji Motion Pictures, Anil Kapoor Films & Communication Network and Saffron Broadcast & Media Ltd, is slated for a June 1 release. "As far as my character Kalindi is concerned, I think she is really cool and there is a reason why she is commitment phobic, which will be seen in the film".

"I think I have chosen A-Lister heroines this time", she added. "When he's working, I need to be at home to take care of Taimur and when I'm working, he tries to be around". "So thank you, everyone for giving me this chance, I am sure it will go down in history".

Veere Di Wedding is being slammed by a section of the society for abuses in its trailer.