Kareena Kapoor’s first two ‘Heroine’ posters revealed

On Monday, July 23rd, 2012


Kareena Kapoor in the poster of ‘Heroine’.

Only just, revealed the two initial posters of the much talked Kareena Kapoor starrer movie ‘Heroine’. Whilst everyone is killing time to see the new avatar of Kareena in the movie, the glamorous and sexy outlook of Bebo in the posters has gathered immense response from the onlookers.

Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar revealed the two posters on his twitter page with Kareena in different pose. While, the first poster depicts Kareena with a stunning look, lying on the floor with a pour out glass of wine bottle aside and encircled by her photographs, the second picture depicts her sexy avatar in the item number of the movie.

The movie depicts Bebo playing the character of a high-status actress who not only fails to uplift her career, but smudges her private life for varied reasons. ‘Heroine’ is lined up to hit the theatres on September 14 and the film also features Arjun Rampal and Randeep Hooda, depicting Kareena in a hot and sticky scene with Arjun. Ask Kareena, what is her character in ‘Heroine’ and she simply describes it a “bipolar” and “schizophrenic” one.

Conversely, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has decided neither to show any images of smoking in the film nor the smoking scene of Kareena in the trailer of the movie. Reporting about the decision of Censor on this, J.P. Singh (CBFC’s regional officer in Mumbai) said, “We’ve taken a decision some time back to show no smoking in trailers. This is because in a trailer, there can be no disclaimer about smoking. In the full-length feature film, there has to be disclaimer about smoking at the beginning and after interval. Even then the smoking sequences are blurred.”

However, the Censor might have cut of the smoking scene and images of Kareena in the movie and its trailer, but we hope it will not affect Kareena’s new avatar anyway because she is too elegant in act to overcome this.

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