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Kareena Kapoor looks delighted after seeing her restyled statue at Tussauds London (see pics)

India TV Entertainment Desk 19 Aug 2014, 10:11:01 AM IST
India TV Entertainment Desk
New Delhi: Kareena Kapoor who thrilled with the huge success of 'Singham Returns' rushed abroad to celebrate her husbands Saif Ali Khan's birthday.

Saif is currently shooting in London for his upcoming release, so being a lovely wife Kareena went London to spend some quality time with him.

Apart from having fun and celebrating husband's birthday, Kareena also paid a visit to Madame Tussauds London to have a look at her revamped wax statue.



Kareena was delighted to see that her wax replica was adorning the saree donated by her. She posed freely for the cameras spilling her captivating smile and magnetic persona.

 Meanwhile she also thanked the authorities for the honor.



As revealed by pictures, the actress who had solo release this year, was all amused to see her wax statue and couldn't resist herself to look over and over again.

Kareena seems to be very happy with the appreciation and massive collection which 'Singham Returns' has grabbed. "The film's success is a combination of Rohit, Ajay and me. It's a hat trick with them. Like I said, commercial masala films is what I enjoy and will always try and balance out being a star and doing heroine oriented roles. Marriage cannot change anything and I have always stood by that", Kareena said as quoted by a leading website.



As her film is a superhit, the ever so glamorous babe of Bollywood has got double reason to celebrate.

Adding more from London, the light eyed beauty said, "Saif and me are both celebrating his birthday as well as the success of the film with a big party of 15 of our close family friends. All of from Saif's school along with his daughter Sara who plans to watch the film here in London too. Saif himself loves films like Thor, Iron Man and Avengers. So he's very excited to see the film."