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Kareena has been setting trends, just like my mother: Soha Ali Khan

Actor Soha Ali Khan says it’s praiseworthy the way Kareena Kapoor has worked during pregnancy; just like how mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore did years ago.

bollywood Updated: Oct 26, 2016 07:59 IST
Esha Razdan
Soha Ali Khan says she and husband, actor Kunal Kemmu don’t have plans for starting a family currently.
Soha Ali Khan says she and husband, actor Kunal Kemmu don’t have plans for starting a family currently.(Yogen Shah)

Actor Soha Ali Khan is quite excited about actor Kareena Kapoor Khan’s (below) much-awaited delivery. She is proud of how Kareena is working during pregnancy, exactly the way her (Soha’s) mother, veteran actor Sharmila Tagore (below right) did years ago.

“I am glad the way Kareena has been making trends much like how my mother did years ago as she worked till the eighth month of her pregnancy. I think we aren’t used to see actors in present times working so late in their pregnancy. We are looking forward to the arrival of the baby. My brother (Saif) has experienced it before, so, I am more excited for Kareena” says Soha.

Sharmila Tagore and Kareena Kapoor at The Hindustan Times Brunch Dialogues 2 at Taj Lands End, Mumbai. (Prodip Guha )

Is pregnancy on cards for her too? “Oh! Not yet. It’s been just a year and half of marriage, things are going pretty good. In terms of future plans, those are things which are a little bit personal, we will discuss with my family and when the time is right, we will let you know,” she exclaims. Interestingly, it’s not just women in her family that inspire Soha. Real life incidents too excite this actor, who is very inclined towards writing non-fiction. At the moment, she is busy with her upcoming film, 31st October.

She recently, attended a candle march in Capital, to appeal to people to stand against the injustice done towards the Sikh community. “Our intention is to educate the youth about what happened. After tackling various PILs and censor board, we have brought forth the story of a Sikh family and what they went through, while they were attacked post the assassination of late Ms. Indira Gandhi, then Prime Minister,” she says.