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You won ‘ t believe that Kareena Kapoor Was missed to be edited for Kaho Na Pyaar Hai! Here is a Proof!

Kareena Kapoor Was missed to be edited for ‘Kaho Na Pyaar’

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Believe it or not! The makers of Kaho Na Pyaar Hai that casted Hrithik Roshan and Amisha Patel accidentally missed to cut Kareena Kapoor Khan from the movie. The producer and director actually forgot to edit Kareena Kapoor during the final cut of the movie.

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According to the sources, she was supposed to do a lead opposite to Hrithik Roshan and this was supposed to be the launching phase for these two gorgeous stars. However, for some unexplained reasons Kareena Kapoor dropped out of the movie after a few days of shooting itself.

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Google it to find out more in case you still can’t believe us. You may extend your search by mentioning, Kareena Kapoor – Kaho Na Pyaar Hai. There are images of the shooting of the scene with Hrithik Roshan, star’s father – Rakesh Roshan, and Kareena Kapoor.

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To share another unbelievable fact, the final version of the movie forgot to cut Kareena Kapoor from the scene. If you look closely, you will find Kareena Kapoor Khan on a beach scene. The scene shows Kareena Kapoor Khan from far and suddenly shows Amisha Patel in this attire closely.

To remind you of a fact, Kareena’s actual entry into Bollywood happened with Big B’s son, Abhishek Bachchan in Refugee by J P Dutta. The movie was released just after a few months of Kaho Na Pyaar Hai. We don’t know the real reason behind Kareena’s exit from the film; however we know a fact that the movie any way hit the screen with massive success. People appreciated Hrithik Roshan’s bombastic entry and they also loved the charming Amisha Patel on screen. It is a different story that Amisha turned out to be a flop actress in the later stages and Kareena emerged as a breathtaking acting queen and beauty Diva.

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