Kareena Kapoor Khan’s radio chat show What Women Want is now back Season 2. The previous season was a major hit among the masses because of its unusual topics. Also with Bebo, it is highly likely for the people to be interested in anything that she begins as she always ensures excellence. The previous season had famous women but with different perspectives on life. For example, Karisma Kapoor talked about being relevant to date while Malaika Arora talked about the issues faced by women after the divorce. Soha Ali Khan talked about being a first-time mother and balancing work with a baby.
Now Kareena Kapoor Khan is back in the groove with recording the second season and a new guest list, She did her first show with husband Saif Ali Khan and also invited her mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore whom she really looks up to. Another interesting addition to her guest list is Kalki Koechlin who is six months pregnant breaking the norms. As Kalki posed for the shutterbugs in a black dress, Kareena Kapoor Khan complimented Kalki for her ‘tiny’ frame and compared it with her when she was six months pregnant with Taimur. Kareena Kapoor Khan said that she looked much bigger at that time and praised Kalki once again. The two also posed together for a picture.
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Part of mummy prep during vanity van waits has been learning lullabies and folk songs from different parts of the world on my ukulele. If you know any beautiful (but not too complicated songs) in your mother tongue send me a youtube link here and I might try to 'pick' it up
Kareena Kapoor Khan broke many norms during her pregnancy. Before her, mainstream actresses stayed away from media and cameras when their pregnancy became visible. Kareena Kapoor Khan kept working till her son’s delivery and was back soon after. Kalki Koechlin, the French Indian actress, has also been in the news for her out of the box thinking. She declared her pregnancy with her Israeli boyfriend a month ago and has not stopped working. The ‘Dev D’ actress has been practicing folk songs and lullabies for her to-be-born baby.