Actress Kareena Kapoor, who is looking forward to the release of 'Heroine', says she is not "over confident" about the movie.
Director Madhur Bhandarkar's magnum opus releasing on September 21 revolves around the journey of an actress, the glamour and glitz surrounding her career, besides the dark
side of stardom.
"I am confident about the film but not over confident. I am quite excited and confident about the movie," Kareena told reporters here at a promotional event.
When asked if the film could fetch a national award as has been the case with most of Madhur's films, the actress said, "That will come later".
On the occasion, Kareena walked the ramp for clothing brand 'Jealous 21' wearing a white color knee length dress teamed with a red neckpiece.
In 'Heroine', the 31-year-old essays the role of an actress called Mahi Arora.
"Since the time I was born, I wanted to be an actress. It was my dream. 'Heroine' is my most special film and Madhur's most ambitious movie," Kareena said, adding her role is quite different from the characters she has played.
"The character in this film is edgy, manipulative, bold, over-emotional, aggressive and I am definitely not like that in real life," she said.
Kareena also revealed that she wanted to be part of Madhur's 'Page 3'. "I wanted to do 'page 3' but couldn't do it due to date issues. I wanted to play Konkana Sen Sharma's role," she said.
The actress said that her debut "Refugee" will always remain special to her. The actress said she was eagerly awaiting the title track of 'Heroine' to come out on September 9.
"I am waiting for the title track of 'Heroine' to come out...I have three looks in that song. I really liked it a
lot. Overall there are about 150 costumes that I have worn in the film that will be auctioned later," she said.
'Heroine' also starring Arjun Rampal, Randeep Hooda, Shahana Goswami among others is releasing on September 21.
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