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It's Always Fun to Work With Salman: Kareena
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Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is part of Salman Khan's next film Bajrangi Bhaijaan, says she shares a good rapport with the superstar and they make a "lovely pairing" on screen.

Salman and Kareena, who were last seen romancing each other on screen in 'Bodyguard', will be seen together in the Kabir Khan-directed movie.

"I loved the film (script) and my role. While Salman will play the title role of Bajrangi Bhaijaan, I am playing a Brahmin girl," Kareena told PTI, without divulging any further details.

"It's always fun to work with Salman. We share good rapport. Also, Salman and I make a lovely pairing. It will be a big Eid release and it works for us. The film worked in my time-frame and hence I said yes for it," the actress said.

The film will apparently be presented by Salman himself under his own company 'Salman Khan Ventures'.

Kabir has done three films with Katrina Kaif in the lead and is working with Kareena for the first time.

"Kabir and I have not worked with each other so it's great to be working with a new director. He has not changed his actress but this time he did and I am glad he thought of me," Kareena said.

The film will be shot across many parts of India and the shooting will start by the end of the year.

"Hopefully I will start shooting for it by October end. I am quite excited about the project as it excited me as an actress," she added.

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