Kareena Kapoor is one Bollywood actress who needs little to no introduction. Over her time in the Hindi film industry, she has become one of the most sought after actresses and currently has her hands full with a number of projects. Not only is she known for her stellar acting skills but also for her witty charm and impeccable sense of style. Having made her television debut this year with reality dance show, Dance India Dance, Kareena Kapoor has been serving some serious style inspo of late. Look after look, Kareena Kapoor is the epitome of a fashion icon and is an inspiration to fans around the world.
Kareena Kapoor Khan was recently spotted at the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground this morning as she unveiled the trophies for ICC T20 World Cups both for men and women. These events will be held in Australia in 2020 and be attended by a large number of audiences from across the world. Kareena Kapoor Khan was dressed in a brown power suit with a black shirt as she did the honor. Kareena Kapoor kept her look classic and chic with black pointed heels and her shoulder-length hair left open. According to the nature of the occasion and her look, Kareena Kapoor Khan kept her makeup subtle and understated.
While she kept her day look quite laid back and casual, the actress dazzled in the evening with a silver sequined Michael Costrello number. The figure hugging gown had a plunging back. The star had her hair in a neat bun with nude lips and metallic eyes. She wore strappy heels to complete her look for the night.
At the event, Kareena Kapoor Khan was also presented with a small bat which was probably for her son Taimur Ali Khan. Kareena Kapoor Khan has often expressed her desire for her son Taimur Ali Khan to follow the footsteps of his paternal grandfather Nawab Mansoor Khan Pataudi who was the captain of Indian Cricket Team. While Saif Ali Khan stated that he expects all his children to join the film industry considering their influences, Kareena Kapoor Khan wants him to become a cricketer. Saif Ali Khan’s grandfather Nawab Iftikhar Ali Khan was also the captain of the Indian Cricket Team.