Whether the actress will be sparing some time to be with fellow actor and beau Ali Khan">Saif Ali Khan in the midst of her busy schedule is unknown, as she remained tight-lipped about her personal life.
'My personal life is personal,' she said.
When asked whether she is irritated with the media frenzy surrounding her relationship with Saif, Kareena said: 'I am not irritated. But these things are personal. You guys (media) keeps hovering around us and keep taking pictures wherever we go.'
Kareena, whose latest film 'Tashan' was not well received by audiences, seemed upbeat about her forthcoming animation film with Saif titled 'Roadside Romeo'.
'The reaction to the trailers of 'Roadside Romeo' is just great. In fact, when I saw the rushes in the theatre myself, I told Jugal (Hansraj) that we should make the film with real characters also because it is such a fun film,' she said.
For 'Roadside Romeo', Kareena and Saif have lent their voices to animation characters. The film, written and directed by debutante Jugal Hansraj, is a co-production of Yash Raj Films and the Walt Disney Company.
Kareena, who was in the capital to launch a Lambency Chandan Sparsh Spa, looked gorgeous in a peach anarkali suit with a shaded green dupatta.
Kareena denied rumours that she has shot for a Rs.60 million song for 'Golmaal Returns' and that she has signed a Hollywood project.
'I have not done any such song and I have been offered one project but I am actually very happy doing Indian films. Its tough to do a Hollywood film - I mean the language and stuff, I can't put on an accent. I would rather be the best here than go there,' she said.
Besides this, the actress appreciated how the newly launched spa had state of the art technology to offer to its customers.
'It's seven star treatment at three star prices,' she said.