Kareena Kapoor Khan: I don’t have to scream out loud for women’s rights to prove that I am feminist

Kareena Kapoor Khan recently said that though she believes in equality, she’s not a feminist. This was misunderstood by many and Queen B received a lot of slack for the same. While speaking to another leading daily about feminism, she clarified her stance and said, “I think it’s about believing in equality. Women don’t need to prove that we are superior; of course, we are superior in many ways to men. But that’s not the point here. The whole idea is to talk about equality. I don’t have to scream out loud for women’s rights to prove that I am feminist.”

“I love being at home and being a homemaker, and I love being on the set as well. When I am at home, it is my time and my space. I don’t want to meet anyone, as its precious time with my family. I love entertaining friends at home and being a wife to Saif, I think that is an amazing feeling. I like travelling the world with him and meeting all his friends. I am proud to be his wife and I’m also proud to be a successful actor. These are two different sides to my life. When I am entertaining friends at home, I am not a star and I don’t always have people from Bollywood over. When I am at home, I’m not an actor, and I am very happy to be known as Mrs. Saif Ali Khan. I will be proud to be that all my life. At the same time, when I walk out of this door where there are photographers waiting for me, I am also Kareena Kapoor Khan. So it’s lovely. This is the way I am and this is the way I am always going to live my life.” Kareena added.

Now that’s a statement we love!

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