Too busy promoting 'Heroine' to think of wedding: Kareena Kapoor
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Actress Kareena Kapoor remained tight-lipped when reporters asked about the date of her wedding here today.
"Right now, only one date is fixed - a date with you all, at a cinema near you on September 21, which is also my birthday. Right now, only one date is fixed," she said.
She insisted that she is busy with the promotion of her soon-to-be-released movie 'Heroine'.
"We don't give importance to that topic like you all do. Right now there is no time, as we are busy with the promotion of 'Heroine'. There are lots of events happening, like interviews almost every day relating to 'Heroine'. So there is no time to think about it (marriage)," she said.
Although Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor continue to maintain silence about their much awaited wedding, Saif's mother Sharmila Tagore indicated at an event recently, that it will take place in October.
There has also been a buzz in the media that the wedding will take place on October 16.
The couple had officially declared that they will tie the knot in the beginning of 2012, after the release of their film 'Agent Vinod'. However the film did not do that well at the box office and both the actors got busy with other projects.
They later postponed their wedding to October -November.
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