1999–2001: Career vacillations and rehashed achievement
In 1999, post her marriage with Ajay Devgn, Kajol included in a supporting part close by him and Mahima Chaudhry in Prakash Jha’s show Dil Kya Kare. She played Nandita Rai, the other lady in the life of Anant Kishore, played by Devgn. In a meeting with Filmfare she clarified, “The main reason, I consented to play my character was on the grounds that it had shades of dim. I would have likely denied the spouse’s part. Since I felt it had nothing for me to do.” Upon discharge, the film met with to a great extent negative audits. Faultfinder Sharmila Taliculam, nonetheless, portrayed Kajol as “the main individual who gives her part a similarity of rational soundness”. Financially as well, the film neglected to do well. Be that as it may, her next discharge, Satish Kaushik’s lady’s film, the show Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain, developed as a basic and business achievement. Featuring close by Anil Kapoor, Kajol got another Best Actress assignment at the Filmfare service for her depiction of Megha, the misled spouse of Kapoor’s character. The film met with wide media scope for being one of only a handful few lady focused movies to develop as a business achievement in India. Happy actress photos
Kajol’s third and last arrival of 1999 was the fundamentally and monetarily unsuccessful sentimental dramatization Hote Pyar Ho Gaya, nearby Jackie Shroff, Atul Agnihotri and Ayesha Jhulka.The taking after year, she highlighted close by her significant other at the end of the day, in his home-creation Raju Chacha. The kids’ film, with a creation expense of 300 million (US$4.5 million) was depicted as the “most costly Bollywood film ever”, at the time. Upon discharge, the film met with negative audits and floundered in the cinema world. Kajol’s first arrival of 2001 was Rahul Rawail’s comic drama film Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi, where she assumed the twofold part of Tina and Sweety Khanna, twin sisters who are isolated during childbirth. The film was a noteworthy business disappointment and brought negative audits from pundits. Composing for Rediff.com, Savera R Someshwar condemned Kajol’s choice to star in the film; termed her as an “impressive prop” and depicted her execution as “unacceptable”.
Soon thereafter, she assumed a main part in Karan Johar’s family show Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…, which was a blockbuster in India and the top-earning Indian generation ever in the abroad market until 2006. Additionally highlighting Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor in unmistakable parts, Kajol assumed the part of Anjali Sharma, a youthful Punjabi lady from Delhi’s Chandni Chowk region, who falls for the rich Rahul Raichand, played by Khan. Kajol, confronted introductory challenges while recording for her scenes, as she was required to talk in Punjabi, a dialect she wasn’t conversant in. In any case, she learnt the right elocution and word usage with the assistance of maker, Yash Johar and the team individuals. Her comic-sensational execution met with consistent basic approval and won her few recompenses, including her third Filmfare Award and her second Screen Award in the Best Actress category.Taran Adarsh marked her as “top notch” and anticipated that her “Punjabi lingo will win her tremendous praise”.The Hindu composed, “Kajol … takes the thunder from under high noses in reality. With her exact planning and unpretentious waiting expression, she is an enjoyment the distance.
Taking after the accomplishment of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…, Kajol took a holiday from full-time acting. In a meeting with The Times of India she uncovered, “I’m not stopping movies, I’m simply being particular. Luckily, I’m in a position where I can pick and choose.”She included that the purpose for the break was to focus on her marriage and “begin a family”.
2006–10; 2015: Comeback and late work
Kajol came back to movies in 2006 with Kunal Kohli’s sentimental thriller Fanaa, inverse Aamir Khan. She, be that as it may, declined to term Fanaa as her “rebound film” since, “I never resigned. I had recently enjoyed a reprieve”. The film rose as a noteworthy film industry accomplishment with an overall gross of ₹1 billion (US$15 million). She depicted the part of Zooni Ali Beg, a visually impaired Kashmiri young lady who unwittingly begins to look all starry eyed at a terrorist, played by Khan. Both the film and in addition Kajol’s execution were generally welcomed, with commentator Sudish Kamat calling her the “main motivation to watch the film” and including, “Kajol performs like she never enjoyed a reprieve from celluloid and peps up the film with her presence.”A survey conveyed by Bloomberg noted, “[Kajol] still can illuminate the screen easily, making her one of only a handful few driving women who can more than match Khan’s technique driven prowess.”Her work in Fanaa brought Kajol a fourth Filmfare Award and second Zee Cine Award in Best Actress class.