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Ranbir - Kareena as a couple?

Description: Would you like to see Ranbir and Kareena (who are cousins in real life) as a couple in romance in films? Kareena says, if the audience wants, she is game for it. What do you think?

Created by: Pritam Roy (Aug 27)Posts: 9

  • Aug 27Shafali  wrote...

    Well - I thought about the same earlier, but the idea itself doesn't appeal to me...I guess both featuring as friends (non-romantic) or siblings would be great though!

  • Aug 27Arnab Mukherjee wrote...
    Arnab Mukherjee

    Nowadays every statement is some publicity stunt or an attempt to hog the headline and limelight...

    Paromeeta Mathur Banerjee

    Kareena would look much older than Ranbir... so maybe in roles which require her to be elder (like Bipasha's in Bachna Ae Haseeno) etc might be a probability but as a mainstream cinema couple ....nah!!!

  • Aug 27Shobha Keshwani wrote...
    Shobha Keshwani

    I agree with Shafali..public will not accept them as a romantic couple.They should go in for different roles like friends or siblings.

  • Aug 27Neha Bhatia wrote...
    Neha Bhatia

    Its like - Abhishek and Aishwarya playing brother and sister...

  • Aug 28Shafali  wrote...

    :) Thats a cool analogy....

  • Aug 28Pritam Roy wrote...
    Pritam Roy

    Am sure, if you ask them (Abhi-Ash), our real life couple will say, that if they get a "good script"(an elusive concept in Bollywood, anyways), they may be siblings on screen. ;-)

  • Aug 28Shafali  wrote...

    ha ha...totally agree on this one !!

  • Aug 28Neha Bhatia wrote...
    Neha Bhatia

    Yeah right!!! And a 'good script' means 'good money'...