Actress Kareena Kapoor, who is currently rated as the ultimate diva of Bollywood industry, is going to be seen on sizzling on the big screen on September 21 in Madhur Bhandarkar forthcoming film ‘Heroine’.

‘Heroine’, which is a female oriented movie, has become is one of the most-anticipated movies of this year. Perhaps the enormous hype behind the film is due to the presence of Kareena Kapoor as she has a huge fan following in the country but the point is whether if the movie will really live up to its hype or not.

Kareena is considered as the most profitable box office heroine at this point in time but if we see most of the blockbusters she has given to the Bollywood industry has Khans in them.

Three films did an excellent business at the box office last year and everyone knows they the real reason behind their success was not Kareena.

Kareena played a leading role in ‘Bodyguard’, ‘Ra.One’ and  ‘3 idiots’ but opposite to the likes of Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan, who always hold the fort.

This year Kareena appeared in ‘Agent Vinod’ along with her husband-to-be Saif Ali Khan but the film couldn’t do an impressive business at the box office. There are many other examples like this, which are enough for anyone to figure out the reality.

However, ‘Heroine’ might do some business at the box office because of its controversial nature. The trailer of the film, which was recently launched on YouTube, has already received over two million hits.

The trailer has many controversial dialogues in it and as per the reports the residents of Dubai have reacted strongly to it.

‘Heroine’ revolves around the life of a once successful film actress, Mahi Arora, whose career is on decline. Alongside Kareena, the film will feature the likes of Arjun Rampal, Randeep Hooda and Shahana Goswami.

Well, all said and done, this time once again there is no Khan is the film, which means that Kareena has a chance to prove herself but people will defiantly talk a lot, if the film fails to impress them.

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