‘Jab We Met’ and Kareena
Kareena, who appeared in the courtroom comedy ‘Case To Bana Hai’, claimed that Indian Railways’ revenue has increased after the release of her film Jab We Met (2007). Directed by Imtiaz Ali, the film stars Kareena as Geet, a very jovial and talkative girl, who collides with Shahid Kapoor’s gloomy character Aditya Kashyap on a train.
Kareena brought revenue
A large portion of the film’s opening features train and railway stations, as the song misses its train twice. He is also harassed by a kiosk seller and he also gets into an argument with an Indian Railway employee. In an episode of Kes Toh Bana Hai, Kareena said that her Jab We Met character helped increase the revenue of Indian Railways. He added that the song also boosted sales of harem pants, which he wore during his scenes at train and railway stations.
Kareena in the style of song
Kareena spoke one of the way the song spoke and jokingly said, ‘After playing my song, both the sales of harem pants and the revenue of Indian Railways have gone up.’ Kareena even uttered a dialogue from the film when Varun Sharma, who plays her lawyer, asked her to be more serious about her court appointments. Kareena replied, ‘Now you teach me, Sikhdi hoon main Bhatinda ki, everything comes to me, from catching the train to winning the case.’
show is very funny
Kes Toh Bana Hai has Riteish Deshmukh as a lawyer, Kusha Kapila as the judge and Varun Sharma as the defense lawyer. It also features comedians Gopal Dutt, Paritosh Tripathi, Monika Murthy, Sanket Bhosle, Sugandha Mishra and Siddharth Sagar. Apart from Kareena, Anil Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Karan Johar have appeared in the Amazon mini TV show to face the ‘charge’ against her.