Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan has debunked the myth of her third pregnancy amid the news breaking the internet.
The veteran actress took to Instagram to clarify on the circulation news and said, it was the “pasta and wine” that made her belly look bloated. In a witty post, she also said that her husband has already contributed too much to the population.
“It’s the pasta and wine guys…calm down…I am not pregnant.. uff. Saif says he has already contributed way too much to the population of our country…enjoy…KKK (sic).
How did the pregnancy pic surfaced?
The story started after Kareena Kapoor Khan posted a pic of her with husband Saif Ali Khan and their friend. The picture went viral on the social media and the netizens noticed the bump of actress who was wearing a black tank top carrying a sling bag.
She was looking stunning with a high ponytail and her makeup in point.
Some of the users asked whether she was ‘pregnant again’, and trying to ‘hide her baby bump’ with a green sling bag.
Now this view of some of the users took the string of the rumor and went to high with many others bouncing in with similar comments.
The actress was in London with her husband Saif and two sons Taimur and Jehangir. She also met her sister Karishma Kapoor and friends Amrita Arora and Natasha Poonawalla.
Kareena had her second son Jehangir last year in February. The couple’s first son Taimur has been in limelight as his pictures were admired by users a lot and he attracted the spot light wherever he went with the couple. Taimur was among the top ten most searched persons in 2018.
What’s next on-screen for Bebo?
Kareena Kapoor will be seen next in a much promising Laal Singh Chaddha with Aamir Khan in the lead role. The film is the remake of Hollywood blockbuster Forrest Gump and is directed by Advait Chandan.
The actress has also announced that she would make her OTT debut soon. She is set to work with Sujoy Ghosh’s Netflix film, starring Vijay Varma and Jaideep Ahlawat. It is an adaptation of Japanese author Keigo Higashino’s acclaimed work, The Devotion of Suspect X.