Performing craftsman Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is expecting her first tyke with on-screen character Saif Ali Khan in December, says pregnancy should not be looked upon as an ailment wherein women can or can't do certain things.
"The most essential thing is that pregnancy ought not be looked upon as some kind of illness of any sort. It's the most lovely marvel that can happen to a lady. I would keep on doing as typical things as others since that is the thing that it may be," she said.
"It's most regular marvel and there is nothing amiss with it. Truth be told it's a delight," Kareena told IANS when she was requested that how it felt stroll on the runway as a centerpiece for Sabyasachi Mukherjee at the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2016 with an infant knock.
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"Be that as it may, why if they not be," addressed Kareena, and included: "I don't take a gander at it like any change. I know obviously everybody inclines toward 16-year-olds moving around in miniskirts, yet there is a sure measure of stature that is required for specific parts. Furthermore, that will dependably be there."
At the LFW finale, Kareena was sparkling in a bespoke and awesome dazzling lehenga made by Sabyasachi. Asked with reference to whether pregnancy has impacted her own style, she said: "Luckily, I have reliably been an on-screen character who has gone for things that have suited my personality. I have never genuinely endeavored to take after a particular
"It has dependably been more easygoing chic or at whatever point I am out for the night, I like to wear something that I am agreeable in, something which is significantly more rich and magnificent on the grounds that I trust my fans expect that from me," Kareena included.
LFW, a five-day style spectacle, finished in Mumbai on Sunday on a high note with planner Sabyasachi's gathering in plain view.