Karina is insecure about Saif
MUMBAI: Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor is very insecure about her boyfriend Saif Ali Khan as she do want to know that to whom he talk to the whole day over phone.
She and her sister Karisma Kapoor was answering question asked by Bollywood star and Dus Ka Dum season 2 show host Salman Khan. They were the celebrity participants on the first episode of the show. The first question that they were faced with was, what percentage of Indians check their spouse's phone records and SMSs. Before the two sisters could answer with a prediction, Salman posed another question, 'why do women check messages etc?' At which, Karisma answered candidly, "Well I certainly check my husband's call records and SMSs...I'm telling all wives and girlfriends, pick up your husband's phone and check."
Kareena added, "We check because of our insecurities and we are inquisitive about who they talk to the whole day." At this, Karishma revealed that Kareena even answers her boyfriend's phone in a stern voice. Looking a little embarrassed, Kareena confessed, "Well, Saif works with such good-looking heroines, who knows..." Kareena then told the audience that this un-trusting streak in her has come from none other than her sister Karisma. She didn't reveal what all Karisma does to keep a tab on her husband, but gave the impression that it is beyond what usual people do. And what was Salman's position on insecurities and obsession regarding his significant other.
When asked if he has ever checked his girlfriend's phone, he said, "I have never seen my girlfriend's phone, nor have I ever touched it. But I am sure she checks my phone!" He later said, "Even men check, but out of love, not because of insecurities and jealousy like you women. We trust our girlfriends and wives. And look at them, the top heroines of our industry, what an example you are setting for our viewers." Coming back to the game, Karisma placed her bet at 95 percent (people who check their spouse's phones), while Kareena placed her bet at 78 percent. The answer given by audience was 33 percent.