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New Delhi, Dec 5: Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is married to actor Saif Ali Khan, said that she never wants her husband to change.
Kareena responded to a question "if marriage has changed anything?" at the 13th edition of Hindustan Times Leadership Summit on Friday and said, "I love marriage. I don’t see any changes. I don’t want anything to change…I never want my husband to change. As far as being reserved is concerned. I am still the same. I am the last person to be reserved."
The "Jab We Met" actress tied a knot with Saif in October 2012. The couple has shared screen space in films like "Tashan", "Kurbaan" and "Agent Vinod".
Kareena participated with fellow actress Kangana Ranaut and filmmaker Imtiaz Ali in a panel discussion at the summit.
Asked who inspires her the most, Kareena, who will next be seen in R. Balki’s romantic film "Ki and Ka" along with actor Arjun Kapoor, said she finds the "Tanu Weds Manu" actress Kangana Ranaut "inspirational".
"Everyone is doing such wonderful work…I think Kangana is very inspirational. She is one actor who inspires me," she said.
Meanwhile, Ranaut, who was lauded for her versatile acting skills, believed that Indian audience is ready for cinema which comprises of both art and glamour.
"Today we have everything coming together and I feel that the credit has to be given to the audience. So I would like to believe that our audience is ready for that kind of cinema where you can give art combined with a lot of glamour," said Kangana, who is currently prepping up for the upcoming film "Rangoon".
The two-day event, which flagged off on Friday are led by 30 Global leaders comprising senior politicians, corporate heads, entrepreneurs, artists, eminent sports personalities, intellectuals, policy makers, economists, industry thought leaders and influencers from all walks of life; under one roof to discuss India’s future as the world’s bright spot.
Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman would be participating in the summit on Saturday. (Bollywood Country Report)