With Diwali around the corner, each and every household is seen busy preparing Diwali snacks. And just like commoners, our Bollywood celebs too have their family lunches where they gorge on to some delicacies which are simply mouth-watering. Giving a glimpse of it last year in 2919 were Bollywood’s filmy family sisters- the Kapoor sisters- Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor. The duo along with their mother Babita after a scrumptious meal indulged in an Indian sweet.
Ditching their diet plan, Karisma and Kareena both hogged on a bowl of Kheer, Karisma shared a boomerang video of them where we can see the Kapoor sisters' soul-soothing expression, she wrote in her caption, “Kheer anyone?? #diwalilunch #family #sisters.” The video garnered a lot of attention in terms of likes and comments. One of their bestie Malaika Arora had also commented on Karisma’s post asking her to share the delicacy. She wrote in her comment section, “pls share.”
Check out this throwback video from the Kapoor family’s Diwali celebration in 2019.
Though the Kapoor sisters were seen indulging in this calorie-loaded sweets, they follow a strict diet otherwise thus allowing them to lead a healthy and balanced lifestyle. ALSO READ: Preggers Kareena Kapoor Khan Shoots With Sis Karisma Kapoor For An Ad; Mom-To-Be Glows And How – Pics Inside
Also with Kareena Kapoor Khan joining the Instagram platform this year, she often drops pictures of some lip-smacking dishes. Expecting her second child with Saif Ali Khan, Kareena in the recent times had shared pictures of the delicacies she relished such as deep-dish pizza, khichdaa and so on, on her INSTA Stories.
Now we wait to see how the Kapoor sisters celebrate Diwali 2020 kick-starting from tomorrow. ALSO READ: Karisma Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra And More Can’t Stop Gushing Over Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Post Of Taimur Ali Khan Playing Cricket
Image Source: Instagram/therealkarismakapoor
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