The actress, who is also on the verge of signing films with Sujoy Ghosh (in the title role of Durga Rani Singh) and Bejoy Nambiar, says she is spoilt for choice.
When asked if Kareena would have much to do in a film where Akshay Kumar plays the title role, Prabhudheva said: "The heroines in my film always have their own space in the plot. Was Sonakshi Sinha in 'Rowdy Rathore' or 'R... Rajkumar' just a decorative doll? No way! My films may be titled after the hero, but the heroine has no reason to complain."
One hopes Kareena Kapoor is sufficiently reassured.
Incidentally, Kareena and Akshay make a really hot pair in theory.
But strangely, excluding Abbas-Mustan's "Aetraaz", all their big-ticket films together like "Ajnabee", Suneel Darshan's "Talaash", Dharmesh Darshan's "Bewafaa", Sabbir Khan's "Kambakkht Ishq" have collapsed at the box office.