Kareena Kapoor is setting the temperature high with her latest photoshoot as the cover girl of a fashion magazine
It comes as no surprise that Kareena Kapoor graced the cover of a high-end fashion magazine for the month of October. The gorgeous diva’s style game was on point as she embraced her inner diva and stunned her latest photoshoot in a gold number. Clad in a golden dazzling gown, Kareena Kapoor looked gorgeous. But it was her expression that spoke volumes.
Once again, the ‘Jab We Met’ star proved that she is a bonafide diva and no one does it better than her.
Elle India shared the post with her fans. The caption of the post, describing Kareena Kapoor as ‘pure gold’, noted, “Star light, star bright. A hit radio show. A film career like no other. Like The Beatles said: It’s getting better all the time.” Kareena is a frequent fixture on magazine covers, and in recent months she has appeared on Asiana and Femina.
The Golden Diva
While Kareena Kapoor’s last screen appearance was ‘Veere Di Wedding’, the actor will make a return to the big screen with this year’s ‘Good Newwz’, starring Akshay Kumar, Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh, and Angrezi Medium with Irrfan Khan. Apart from that, she also acts as a judge on the dance reality show ‘Dance India Dance’. Not only that but she also hosts a radio talk show ‘What Women Want’. This season, her guests include husband Saif Ali Khan and tennis player Sania Mirza.
In a recent interview, Kareena Kapoor was asked what she finds most irritating about Saif. To which she replied, “His first instant reaction to anything is ‘No’. I’m like ‘Saif, what to do you want to do? Should we like, try and step out?’”
Bollywood’s celebrity couple, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor are paparazzi favourites. All thanks to their son, Taimur Ali Khan. Kareena’s multi-tasking abilities were recently praised by actor Sameera Reddy, who said in an interview, “She is such a hands-on loving mother and I respect her for breaking the myth that motherhood requires you to change your attitude with respect to your career.”