Kareena Kapoor has full faith in Aamir Khan

Kareena Kapoor has full faith in Aamir Khan
"I’m nobody to comment on Aamir’s marketing strategies. He’s a wizard in this field and we all know how a movie carries itself when his name is attached to it," Kareena said.
Reema Kagti's upcoming thriller Talaash is finally releasing next week but the promotional activity continues to remain tepid. Perhaps it's one of Aamir Khan's well thought out plans. Perhaps it's not.

In any case, Kareena Kapoor who is part of the film is not losing sleep as she has faith in Aamir Khan's marketing tricks.

Moreover, Kareena Kapoor has nothing but praises for her favourite actor. She has starred opposite Aamir Khan in 3 Idiots as well and adds that she's fortunate to be working in back-to-back films with him.

"I'm nobody to comment on Aamir's marketing strategies. He's a wizard in this field and we all know how a movie carries itself when his name is attached to it. I'm sure he must have come up with a distinct strategy after lot of brainstorming and even if there is just a week left, everything will work out in time. I'm quite certain of that happening," she said.

On being asked about the mystery surrounding the exact plot of the film, the green-eyed actress said that this is how it should be. "I genuinely think that's the best part. Nobody knows anything about the film so it will automatically create curiosity. After all it is a thriller drama with a lot of suspense so people are more likely to say 'Ab toh dekhne jaana hi padega'," Kareena Kapoor said.

Besides, the actress who recently married Saif Ali Khan is not a huge fan of promotions that involve travelling. "I am not a fan of over-promoting the film either. I got literally exhausted during Heroine with 20-30 days of constant promotional events. Even people in Hollywood don't do that. Instead of running around, we actors should get down and be talking about our film, our roles and what we experience during the making of the film," Kareena Kapoor added.
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