In every sense, Kareena Kapoor Khan is a Bollywood celebrity. To better fit the roles they are presented, performers today have shed their star qualities as their attention has shifted more towards the craft of acting. The way the movie industry operates has also altered as a result of social media, public relations strategies, and their enormous staff.
The barriers between a fan and their favourite actors have now been severely broken down.
The superstars you lust for on television might frequent the same cafes that you do, eat lunch there, or visit the same yoga instructor. So, the world has undoubtedly shrunk, and the actors are now actual, flesh-and-blood people. Yet, Kareena Kapoor Khan, or as she was known at the time, Kareena Kapoor, continued to be a part of the Bollywood film age in which a celebrity was figuratively a faraway self-illuminating object. Someone you saw on screen, had little access to, and sometimes dreamed about.
Cut to the present day, where Kareena Kapoor Khan has positioned herself as more approachable. She is the paparazzi’s favourite along with her entire family. She has opted to focus on the art and be an actor first. Similar to her uncles Shammi Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, and Rishi Kapoor, and a star later. Despite the fact that her children have been the most photographed B-town children ever.
The Harper’s Bazaar disagrees, though. They chose Kareena as the cover star of their 14th anniversary issue because they understand that she has dominated the silver screen for more than 20 years and will continue to do so. This cover is a tribute to the more composed, resilient, and experienced Kareena and her accomplishment of 23 illustrious years in the industry.
The Harper’s Bazaar India cover of Kareena features Bulgari and Bloni Atelier.
The asymmetrical tie-dye dress and yellow rubber corset. That Kareena wore for the Harper’s Bazaar India cover were both from the Bloni Atelier. The Serpenti High Jewelry Necklace was the focal point of the ensemble, which was completed with jewels from Bulgari. Bebo was photographed by none other than top-tier fashion photographer Sasha Jairam. Styled for the cover by ace stylist Divyak D’souza. So, magic was produced by combining all the ideal components.