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Kareena Kapoor Khan Poses With Gajar Ka Halwa On Instagram

Ahead of Women’s Day, Kareena Kapoor Khan made her big debut on Instagram. Sharing the ‘The cat’s out of the bag’ post, Kareena announced her Insta debut. Now the actress, who has found some free time on hand, due to the coronavirus outbreak, has been ruling over the photo-sharing platforming, one epic photo at a time. This time around, the actress shared a bunch of photos with captions that are bound to blow anyone.
Taking to her Instagram stories Bebo got her pout on point as she posed for pictures while indulging on carrot halwa. “Dessert doesn’t go to the stomach, it goes to the heart,” she said and followed it up saying, “And clearly I have a very big heart.”
Kareena, who was busy juggling her time between film sets has now found time to cool off her heels after Bollywood production houses announced a lockdown on production to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Both of Kareena’s films ‘Takht’ with Karan Johar and her next with Aamir Khan has been put on hold until further notice.


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