Kajol on the kind of roles she is getting: “I don’t need a title role to create magic” | Memsaab.com

Kajol ruled hearts with her celebrated roles in “Baazigar”, “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge”, “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”, “Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…”, “Fanaa” among several others. Kajol also marks a huge change in her digital debut with the short film “Devi”, where she shares screen space with nine other actresses. She has proved herself as an actor and a star time and again.

I have always done something where the character has an emotional graph: Kajol

I have always done something where the character has an emotional graph: Kajol
In This Image: Kajol
What does she look for in a script now? “The magic,” she replied. “Give me three scenes and I can create magic. If you look at my career and choice of roles, I have always done something where the character has an emotional graph, something substantial. I want to create a memory in the mind of the audience through the characters I portray.”
 

Starting her career in 1992 with “Bekhudi”, Kajol has bagged numerous popular awards

Starting her career in 1992 with “Bekhudi”, Kajol has bagged numerous popular awards
In This Image: Kajol
Starting her career in 1992 with “Bekhudi”, Kajol has bagged numerous popular awards and also proved her versatility with a variety of roles. She was equally impressive as the murdered Isha Diwan in the whodunit “Gupt” and the tomboy-turned-glam girl in “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”. She added: “I feel I am successful not because of the fame and money but because of the individual I have become.

Kajol says, “My choices of films are the reflection of what I believe in”

Kajol says, “My choices of films are the reflection of what I believe in”
In This Image: Kajol
When asked about if her criteria for choosing a film have changed, Kajol replied: “My choices of films are the reflection of what I believe in. That is how I can be honest with my choices as a performing artist. I am fortunate to have that financial freedom that many artists do not have, so I might as well utilise it to be a part of narratives that are thought-provoking.”