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Kareena refused to cut her hair in Prakash Jha's Satyagraha

Dated : December, 5, 2012 BY Aakash Barvalia

The glamour industry sometimes demands a lot more from the actors, so that they can blend with the given character to make a masterpiece. However, earlier few actresses like Kajol, Rani Mukerji and others had trimmed their hair for their roles in respective films, but Kareena believes that her hair is her USP and thus she won't chop them out just for the sake of role which she would be portraying in Prakash Jha's Satyagraha.

Bebo will be seen playing a role of an international journalist in the political-thriller drama, Satyagraha. However if reports are to be believed, Kareena's role is actually based on a very popular television journalist Christiane Amanpour, who is known for her passion for reporting in strife-torn countries like Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine and Sudan.

Kareena refused to cut her hair in Prakash Jha's Satyagraha

Well as Christiane is also known for her business-style statement and short fringed hair, the makers were thus apparently wishing that Kareena would chop down her beautiful long hair to give a convincing and original look to her character in the film.

However the newlywed Kareena Kapoor Khan is so much in love with her glossy hair that she bluntly denied the makers to cut her hair for the role. Confirming the above news, Kareena said, "I'm going to play a very glamourous role in the film. I will not be cutting my hair for sure. Long, flowing hair is one of the USP's of an actress be it in songs or in a film."

Under the banner of Prakash Jha Productions and UTV Motion Pictures, Satyagraha features Bollywood biggies like Ajay Devgan, Amitabh Bachchan, Arjun Rampal and Manoj Bajpai. The film is slated to release on August 15, 2013.


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