Happy Birthday, Kajol: Here is why she is a true gem?
She is one of the most unconventional Bollywood actresses of all times. She is a pro when it comes to choosing comfort over style. Her aura is unmatchable. Today, August5, she is celebrating her 44th birthday. She doesn’t believe in pleasing people. Kajol doesn’t mince her words while criticizing anyone, whether its off camera or on camera. It is impossible to imagine the 90’s era without her. Her magical chemistry with King Khan is still young and fresh. She loves multi-tasking and is a complete family woman. She loves spending time with her kids and husband Ajay Devgn.
Five Films of Kajol that made 90’s realistic and made us believe in love, friendship, and relationship
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, ” Tum Nhi Samajhoge”
The film was directed by Karan Johar. The character of Anjali was essayed by Kajol, who is a happy-go-lucky girl. She falls for her best friend Rahul but she hides her feelings when she comes to know that he already loves Tina. It was a beautiful film and Anjali’s character is still remembered.
DDLJ: Palat, Palat, Palat
How can we forget Raj and Simran? After more than 20 years, it still continues to dominate the list of most romantic films of Bollywood. The sweet love story of Raj and Simran is still an example for young couples, who madly love each other.
KKKG: Tussi bade Mazakiyaan ho
Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, the film that came in 2001. Despite being multi -starrer, Kajol stood out with her class apart performance. Her performance in the film made her won a lot of accolades from her fans. Being a Bengali, Kajol did a fabulous job with her Punjabi character in the film.
ISHQ : Socho Socho Duniya mai Kyun aaye?
The actress loves trying her hand on comedy is equally good at it. Ishq was a complete entertainer. Her comic timing was brilliant in the film. The peppy numbers and talented cast made the film a blockbuster.
Baazigar – Haar ke jitne wale ko Baazigar kehte hai
It was the first time when SRK and Kajol shared silver screen. Later, the film went on to become a commercially successful film. The also marked the debut of Shilpa Shetty. Priya’s character in the film was beautifully played by Kajol.
Do we need more reasons to love Kajol? No, right? Happy Birthday, Kajol. You are a true gem and we love to watch you on the silver screen.
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