Because, let's face it, we can never have enough of her on the silver screen!
Box office fate of her films notwithstanding, Kareena Kapoor Khan has been consistently holding our gaze on screen with an innate charm and glamour that is truly unique to her.
Who in their right minds, after all, can look away from that porcelain face, her famous spunk and that exceptional sense of belonging she emanates on 70 mm?
We recently got a glimpse at the stunner's brand new look from her upcoming movie Gabbar Is Back!
While we can attest to the fact that she looks ravishing as always, here's a look at her most memorable screen avatars over the years!
Gabbar Is Back!
This may be slightly reminiscent of her look in Salman Khan-starrer Bodyguard, but Kareena manages to make this one stand out with gorgeously wavy hair and eye-catching oxidised jewellery.
As a journalist in Prakash Jha's ensemble drama, Kareena's look was on point with a white kurta, stole and kohl-lined eyes.
This look, bathed in red and sensuousness, was enigma personified in the character that Kareena played in Reema Kagti's thriller Talaash.
That soft, wavy hairdo is old Hollywood done right.
Could a black sari, paired with a risque bikini blouse, get any more delishly striking?
Kareena Kapoor's dreamy avatar in Heroine has us believe otherwise.
An undercover spy who doubles up as an item girl in seductive gear?
The 34-year-old actress nails this look in Agent Vinod.
Opening an entire new world of possibilities, and fashion highs, was Kareena gyrating to the extremely catchy Chammak Challo in Ra.One.
Kareena and a red sari are a lethal combination by all accounts.
Donning a nerdy pair of glasses to portray a medical student comes as easily to this screen scorcher as rocking a midriff-baring ethnic number.
That fierce stance had us all sit up and take notice when Kareena's femme fatale in Farhan Akhtar's Don turns up on the screen for a plot twist and also to spice things up.
Vishal Bhardwaj's desi take on The Bard's Othello was a fitting ode to the classic.
So was Kareena's turn as the Indian Desdemona in simple salwar kameez and the striking bindi.
This wavy-wet look paired with frilly blouses and colourful skirts reflected Kareena's carefree college-goer in Mani Ratnam's ensemble drama Yuva.
What a natural stunner, this.
And who can forget Kareena of the early years, eager to take on forbidden roles and give them her all?
This one from Chameli, in which she played a good-natured hooker, remains a standout and her striking getup has as much to do with it as her performance.
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
Her super stylish and arrogant Poo from K3G spawned an entire generation of budding fashionistas.
Get a load of this aggressively striking pose and outfit.
Asoka's princess Kaurvaki, played by Kareena, has a penchant for danger and curiously futuristic outfits.
Two thumbs up for that body art.
The debut films of our favourite stars are always special.
So is Kareena's for her unassuming and endearingly rough-around-the-edges performance and appearance in JP Dutta's Refugee.