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Kapoor will ‘never remarry’

Friday, August 8, 2014
Bolly Talks
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Last we spoke of actress Kareena Kapoor, she was busy preparing for the release of her latest movie, Singham Returns. 

But, she took the time recently to address the rumours about her sister, Karisma Kapoor. Also an actress, talks are going around that despite only recently filing for divorce, she is planning to marry rumoured lover Sandeep Toshniwal, CEO of a pharmaceutical company. 

“It’s better to stay apart in peace than to live together and fight. But Lolo will never remarry. Leave her alone, her divorce hasn’t come through yet. It’s a traumatic time for her,” Kareena said in a recent interview.

So, don’t expect another marriage for the mother of two any time soon. Brother-in-law, Saif Ali Khan also plays a protective role and even acted as a mediator between Karisma and her ex-husband Sunjay Kapur at court. She has the family support she needs and she is also keeping herself busy with work; sounds like she’ll be better in no time.

Does Emraan Hashmi think that a newcomer will pose a threat to his title of “serial-kisser”? Absolutely not. Hashmi, 35, earned the title because he has kissed almost all his leading ladies in his movies and feels that the newbies can’t compete with his hours of experience.

“Someone asked me that the new kids started doing (kissing) it on the screen, but I feel very foolish to say this, but it’s more evolved after years of practise…,” said the actor for Murder, Zeher and Woh Lamhe.

“The things I do these amateurs can’t do.. I know they mean well, I know they put in their hard work…but I have like 1,000 hours of experience compared to like ten hours of theirs,” he added. Youths are moving fast these days Hashmi, so watch your back.


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