Bollywood’s Bubbly girl Kajol celebrates her 45th birthday today, let’s check out her different shades from the different films
Sparkling Kajol made her acting debut with the 1992 romantic Bollywood film ‘Bekhudi’. This six-time Filmfare Awards winning actress got her breakthrough with the 1993 thriller ‘Baazigar’. She then featured in many other notable films like ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ (1995), ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ (1998), ‘Fanaa’ (2006) and ‘My Name Is Khan’ (2010).
Kajol was awarded Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in the Republic of India, in 2011.
Well, there are many best films of Kajol and there is no doubt the actress gave her tremendous performance on Cinema. Let’s check it out her films in a different flavor.
The iconic Romance in ‘DDLJ’
From Dilwale Dulharnia Le Jayenge to Dilwale, if SRK is the king of romance in the industry then we have a queen too.
‘Jhalli Anjali’ from ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’
Kajol’s bubbly and girl-next-door acting won the hearts of everyone. Who can forget the ‘Jhalli Anjali’ from the film ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’. She brought her natural charm to the big screen and never failed to surprise us with her performances.
Stunning & Studious Kajol
‘Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya’ she played the role of Arbaaz Khan’s younger sister and always respects her brother decisions. She was very shy in the film. Suraj loves Muskan but her possessive brother takes an instant dislike towards him. To win Muskan, he must first win the hearts of her brother.
The Psychopath in ‘Gupt’
This time Kajol turned heads around with her marvelous villain performance in ‘Gupt’. No other actor during those times could slay the role of Kajol’s character in the film. And definitely brings her to the top of female villains’ list in Indian cinema. She also won a Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role, making her the first female actor to bag the award in this particular category.
Innocently mazakiya Kajol
The most jesty character Kajol ever played is of Anjali in Karan Johar’s ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’. The movie has almost completed its 17 years in the Bollywood and people still can’t get over the movie. Her iconic dialogue ‘Tussi To Bade Mazakia Ho’ is still a common tagline from Delhite.
Her Dusky Beauty, profound eyes, a magical presence, and flawless acting talent helped her create a niche for herself in the industry.