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    Default Kareena to turn a Director soon for Karan Johar

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    Kareena Kapoor is one of the most wanted actress in Bollywood right now. She is in high demand with back to back hits. Kareena is the one actress who has shared the screen with three khans of Bollywood. Her latest film, Ek Mein Aur Ek Tu, produced by Karan Johar, is currently running in theatres and her performance has got raving reviews from critics.

    Now the latest buzz is that Kareena is all set to turn a Director soon. Producer Karan Johar is so impressed with the script writing and editing skills of Kareena Kapoor, which he has witnessed while the two interacted during the making of Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu, that he is considering giving the Bollywood actress an opportunity to direct a film in the days to come. If the ongoing buzz is to be believed, she might direct for Dharma Productions in the coming time.

    Her interest with behind-the-camera activities started with Saif Ali Khan’s production, Agent Vinod. While shooting for the film, she got acquainted with scripting, editing, mixing, music and many other activities involved. By the time she started working on Ek Mein Aur Ek Tu, the actress had much knowledge and was almost like an assistant director on the sets.

    The director of Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu Shakun Batra says that the credit for this goes exclusively to Kareena Kapoor as she understood the role of Riana very early and suggested the necessary changes to make the two characters look distinctive. Adds Shakun, “Only a director can think this way.”

    But there is a condition involved if Kareena Kapoor is really keen to turn director. She will not get a chance to be in control right away and will have to first assist a director before making a film herself.

    While the offer to turn director may be tempting for Kareena Kapoor, she is at the peak of her acting career right now and it will be interesting to see whether she takes the risk of trying to direct a film in such a scenario.

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