Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is marking her debut as a radio show presenter, has spoken about everything from her marriage, to Taimur and also Sara Ali Khan’s Bollywood debut.Saif and Kareena's step-daughter Sara Ali Khan appeared in the latest episode of talk show Koffee With Karan hosted by filmmaker Karan Johar. Talking about Sara's appearance in the show, Kareena said: "I am sure that it's definitely the best episode because Sara and Saif are deadly combination of beauty and brains which is quite rare in this industry."Speaking to Mumbai Mirror about her relationship with Sara and Ibrahim, the actor said that she can only be their friend and says that she loves them.“They already have an amazing mother who's brought them up spectacularly. I'm meant to be their friend,” she said.Talking about the taboo surrounding having a career after marriage, Kareena said that people advised her against getting married as it would end her career.Kareena, who is happily married to actor Saif Ali Khan, launched "What Women Want with Kareena Kapoor Khan" on Ishq 104.8 FM on Tuesday.Asked what she has been wanting as a woman all her life, she said: "I have always been someone who wanted to follow her heart. When I was getting married people told me that don't get married because your career will end after that. No producer will take you in his films and you will not get any work.""But after marriage, I have been working so much that sometimes, I say I don't want to work too much."The 38-year-old actress said she has been a person who has done things that she has wanted to do."I wouldn't listen to what people had to say. I am doing more work than earlier, I would like to continue and I hope that, I will always follow my heart and that's what I wanted to do," she added.Now that the actor is a part of the new radio show, Kareena added that she’s joined the medium because it's high time women should speak out."Its an unknown territory but I think it's a territory that we need to speak about and it's a topic that we need to address. I am glad that they (Ishq 104.8 FM) think that I was perfect for it because I have been opinionated all my life so, I think it's time that women should speak out and I think it's going to be a fabulous show," she said.The Jab We Met actor said she would love to know the reaction of people."I am here to talk about women and I am here because I am a proud woman so, I would love to represent all of us gorgeous ladies out there," she said.(With inputs from IANS and Mumbai Mirror) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.