The makeup artist has over 420,000 followers.
Kareena Kapoor has had several iconic looks in her films over the years.
And one of them happens to be the particular look that she had in the film named Asoka that was released in the year 2001.
Opposite Shah Rukh Khan, she played the role of Kaurwaki, princess of Kalinga.
And in this particular video that has been shared on Instagram, one gets to see how a makeup artist transforms into Kareena Kapoor from this film.
The clip begins to show the talented artist in the frame as they begin their makeup transformation into this character.
The makeup artist used a variety of products including a high-coverage concealer, a liquid highlighter and a black eyeliner gel to recreate Kareena’s look.
The video has been shared on the Instagram page of the makeup artist and blogger named Azkha Tegar.
And according to their bio, they are based in Cianjur, a town in the West Java province of Indonesia.
The makeup artist has over 420,000 followers on their page, on which they regularly share photos and videos of their makeup transformations.
“Asoka makeup,” reads the caption that accompanies this video that has now gone all kinds of viral, owing to all the right reasons.
Posted on July 29, this make-up video has received over 580,000 likes and 8.2 million views on it as of now.
It has also received various appreciative comments from fans of Bollywood films, Kareena Kapoor and of course, make-up lovers around the world.
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Asoka is a 2001 Indian Hindi-language epic historical drama film directed and co-written by Santosh Sivan.
It is a dramatized version of the early life of emperor Asoka, of the Maurya dynasty, who ruled most of the Indian subcontinent in the 3rd century BCE.
The film stars Shah Rukh Khan as the titular character alongside Ajith Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Hrishitaa Bhatt, and Danny Denzongpa.
It was produced by Khan, Juhi Chawla and Radhika Sangoi.
The screenplay was written by Santosh Sivan and Saket Chaudhary and the dialogue by Abbas Tyrewala.
It was originally released as Ashoka: The Great in India. The film was dubbed and released in Tamil as Samrat Asoka.
The film was widely screened across the United Kingdom and North America and was also selected for screening at the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival, where it received positive reviews.