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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...
     
    Shafali

    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...

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    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...
     
    Shafali

    :) 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...
     
    Shafali

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

  • Aug 28Neha Bhatia wrote...
     
    Neha Bhatia

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