"I feel that love is something that you can't term. There is passion, there is lust... there are so many things. It can happen between two human beings," said Kareena. "Now if somebody is Hindu and he or she starts loving a Muslim person, you can't stop them. You cannot ask somebody, 'Are you a Muslim or are you a Hindu?' and then fall in love.
"Love is a feeling, it's an emotion. That's why I don't believe in Love Jihad. I believe in the feeling of love,” added the 34-year-old.
Co-incidentally her next film with Salman Khan "Bajrangi Bhaijan” is also about a Brahmin girl and Muslim boy.
The actress is in the capital on dual purpose - first she launched the latest bathing range of Vivel titled "Love & Nourish" and now she is busy shooting for Kabir Khan's "Bajrangi Bhaijan” in the city.
The "Bajrangi Bhaijan” team started shooting Wednesday in the bylanes of Chandni Chowk.
“I am looking forward to working with Salman. We are like family. Before my marriage, he worked with me and now he is working with me after my marriage, so I am excited,” said the actress who was seen with Salman in "Bodyguard".
“I am playing a girl from Chandni Chowk in the film. I have huge connection with Delhi as I have done a lot of my films shooting here so I love the city,” said the actress whose films like "3 Idiots" and "Kurbaan" were shot in the capital. To be made under Salman Khan Ventures, "Bajrangi Bhaijan" is being prepared for an Eid release next year. With over a decade's experience, Kareena is now ready to experiment with new talent and she has as many as 25 scripts from new directors, "which I have not even started reading. I am going to read each and every script." She was launched by J.P. Dutta in "Refugee" and in her over a decade-long stint in filmdom, she has worked with big banners like Dharma Productions and Yash Raj Films. She also collaborated with directors like Sudhir Mishra and Govind Nihalani. "I have always worked with big directors and I am still working with big directors like Rohit Shetty and Kabir Khan, but now I want to work with somebody who is fresh.
“I worked with some young directors in the past. For instance, Shakun Batra in 'Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu' and I want to continue that," she said and added she is looking at directors with fresh ideas and concepts.