Here how Kareena Kapoor is planning to make a spectacular comeback after delivering Taimur Ali Khan – Kareena Kapoor wants Veere Di Wedding to be a grand comeback.
Kareena Kapoor gave birth to Taimur last year and almost immediately after that she hit the gym with a vengeance to get back in shape. She will soon start working on Veere Di Wedding along with Sonam Kapoor and others which will be a chick flick. It was supposed to go on the floors last year but then Kareena’s pregnancy pushed it further. Now Kareena has devised a plan to get back on the big screen. A source told us EXCLUSIVELY that the actress has become super aggressive about her comeback film. She is making sure that everything goes well. You have already seen her hit the gym everyday and sweat it out. Then there are yoga classes as well. So you know how serious Kareena is about Veere Di Wedding which will mark her return to the big screen post pregnancy.
Recently, Kareena gave a look test and Rhea Kapoor, the producer, was there for it. Also, we came across a pic of all the ladies from the film along with Rhea prepping for it and the actress is looking simply gorgeous in it. Talking about the film, Bebo had informed Mumbai Mirror, “I’m possessive about my friends and this film reflects that side of me. It’s the story of four girls who attend my wedding and all the dhamaal that it involves. It showcases women and their emotions. It’s the right time to do this kind of film.”
If you are wondering what will happen to Taimur, Kareena has a reply for that too. Kareena featured on the latest issue of And magazine, and in it she talked about her life as a working mom of her child. “Taimur is going to grow up with a working mom. My sister, his maasi, is also a working woman. He has my mother to look up to, my mother-in-law, who is still a working woman. So, he is going to grow up in that atmosphere and learn to respect women in that sense. He also has a wonderful nanny, again another working woman who looks after him, so he will be growing up seeing the power of women from as early as seven months old,” she had said.