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Kareena is inspiration for working girls: Swara. flickr

Actress Swara Bhasker says her “Veere Di Wedding” co-star Kareena Kapoor Khan is an inspiration for all working girls.

Swara Bhaskar donned the role of a radio jockey as ‘BIG MJ of the Week’. During a conversation with BIG MJ Dilip, the actress talked about Kareena and more, read a statement.



Model Kareena Kapoor khan. Flickr

“She (Kareena) is an inspiration for the working girls. She has proved that one can have a successful career along with enjoying their personal life. The way she has managed both her professional and personal life is simply amazing,” Swara said.

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Asked which biography she would like to work in, she said: “I would like to do a biography of Madhubalaji, if one is ever made on this iconic Bollywood actress. If any biography is made on any historical figure, I would like to do the role of Indira Gandhi.” (IANS)


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