Kareena Kapoor Khan's girl squad comprising of Malaika Arora, Amrita Arora Ladak and Karisma Kapoor is among one of the most popular BFF gangs of Bollywood. Right from their glamorous night outs to some of the most exotic getaways; they leave no stone unturned in shelling out major friendship goals. Well, thanks to the Coronavirus lockdown, the four of them have not met enough and going by the Jab We Met actress' latest Instagram story, it appears that she is missing all fun and her gang.
The throwback picture, which was first posted by Amrita Arora Ladak, sees her posing alongside Bebo, Malaika and Karishma with some beautiful lit-up trees in the background. Kareena looked gorgeous in a leopard print dress, while Malaika was dazzling in a blingy silver outfit. Karishma channeled her inner nerd in a black dress with white spots and Amrita was sporting a short black dress. Well, this picture was enough to prove how happening that night was!
Amrita's caption read, "One of those major missing days," followed by a teary-eyed and heart emoticon. Kareena re-posted the same and wrote, "Till we all meet again."
Take a look:
In other news, Kareena recently opened up on working during and after her pregnancy. The actress, in a conversation with BT, said, "It’s just that I have never been that kind of a person who would sit at home and say, ‘Now I want to put my feet up’. I am doing what I want to do. Working — whether it’s during my pregnancy or post-delivery — has been a point to just say that when has anyone ever said that pregnant women can’t work? In fact, the more active you are, the healthier the baby is and the happier the mother is. After delivery, too, once you feel fit enough, one should do what they feel like doing, and try to balance it out between giving time to the child as well as your work and yourself. I have always been very proud of being a working mother."
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