Kareena Kapoor, fresh out of workout session, poses with flushed face and teases Saturday night plans
- On Saturday, Kareena Kapoor shared a picture taken after her workout session. The actor was seen posing with a flushed face and hinting at her plans for the night.
Kareena Kapoor spent her Saturday afternoon working out. The actor took to Instagram Stories and shared a post-workout picture featuring a flushed face. In the picture, Kareena was seen wearing a light-coloured sports bra while her hair appeared to be soaked with sweat.
The picture also gave a glimpse of a small outdoor space of her home. Sharing the picture, Kareena Kapoor said, "Saturday night... I'm ready for you!!" She shared the picture along with a wine glasses sticker, a Winnie the Pooh dancing gif and tagged her trainer.
Kareena has been working out intensely at home. Earlier this week, Kareena had shared a clip in which she had joined her cousin Armaan Jain and his wife Anissa Malhotra for a workout session. In the video, she was seen performing sit-ups while her trainer guided the trio. She shared the post on Instagram Stories along with the caption, "At it... love it!!"
Besides her workout sessions, Kareena also made headlines this week for her upcoming book, Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible. The actor, who is the mother of two sons - Taimur and Jeh, will open up about both her pregnancies in the upcoming book. A few excerpts of the book were released earlier this week, shedding light on her experience of becoming a mother for the first time.
She also opened up about the advice she received from her husband, actor Saif Ali Khan and her mother-in-law, veteran actor Sharmila Tagore. She revealed that they encouraged her to continue working through her pregnancies.
"My mother-in-law was also among the first to tell me that I had to keep working. Her advice was to do whatever I wanted but with confidence. She did some great work in the movies after her marriage and kids and was a real inspiration. My mother is also a strong role model for me, and she and my father both told me I must keep at it," she wrote in the book.