Kareena Kapoor, who has done her share of female-centric dramas, says she wouldn't accept a biopic or a woman-oriented script just because others are doing it.
It won't be saying wrong that this year is riding high on women centric dramas. Be it Kangana Ranaut's sleeper hit "Queen" or Alia Bhatt's raod movie "Highway" or Rani Mukerji's "Mardaani" or boxing champ Mary Kom's biopic starring Priyanka Chopra in the title role - all came and conquered the box office.
When asked Kareena about the same, she said: "I have done female-centric film. I did 'Chameli' at 22, then 'Jab We Met' and then 'Heroine'."
"So, I would only do one if I really like the script and not just because everyone is doing it. That is not how I work," the 34-year-old said Wednesday at the Head & Shoulders event here.
Kareena was recently seen in Rohit Shetty's commercial hit "Singham Returns" and her upcoming films include "Happy Ending" with husband Saif Ali Khan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Gabbar" opposite Akshay Kumar.