Looking at Kajol’s filmography, it’s obvious the actress likes challenges. In 2008, when Ajay Devgn decided to make his directorial debut, like a true pativrata patni, Kajol stood by him through the film. And that also marked Kajol’s toughest role in her career. Based on the Hollywood film The Notebook, the story begins as a narration by Ajay Devgn on how they met. Kajol plays Piya, a waitress on a cruise ship, the story tells how they fall in love and get married. And how Kajol later suffers from Alzheimer’s, she begins to forget all that matters in her life. By far, this movie has been Kajol’s career best, and it bought her rave reviews and critical acclaim. In the film, Kajol is very simply and casually dressed, though in the first half, she is seen in mostly the waitress’ uniform. At the very beginning, on the brink of old age, Kajol is seen in a sari and diamond necklace. It was a comfortably casual look she sported throughout the film.