Kareena Kapoor Khan’s social media debut has been a much-anticipated one. When she finally bit the dust with a debut on the photo-sharing site, Instagram, many were excited to get a balcony seat to her inner life – from the sunlit gardens at the regal Pataudi Palace to patio parties at her girls’ luxurious Bandra houses – ‘grammers were wild with excitement to get a free ticket to her inner world. Bebo hasn’t disappointed them, rather her ardent followers that are growing by the minute, have got much more than they bargained for.
Kareena Kapoor Khan, you have been a revelation on Instagram! Why do I say this? Well, because for every two cute posts there is one that demands and arrests your attention to social issues that are close to her heart. Issues that are pertinent to the society and want immediate attention! Issues that everyone might not be aware of but will become a talking point when Kareena Kapoor Khan writes about them! Chants for #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd have been growing by the minute, not just in the US but world over. Hollywood celebrities have been carrying the torch for George Floyd, the African-American who was suffocated to death by a US police officer who persistently kneeled down on his neck, resulting in his death as the man pleaded with the inspector and repeatedly told him “I can’t breathe.”
Kareena shared a TIME magazine cover on George Floyd, bringing attention to the burning issue that #BlackLivesMatter. She has also plunged head-first into the fight against Coronavirus, batting for human spirit, highlighting the positives, by being part of one the country’s biggest fundraisers #IForIndia.
All this comes hot on the heels of her bringing attention to the havoc and devastation caused to life, property and spirit by Cyclone Amphan in Bengal. “Bored of Banana breads. Zoom calls. Living in pyjamas. Sleeping at 5 am. Netflix and chilling. The price of avocados. Cooking demos. No new shows on Netflix. Couriers stopped. Do domestic airlines are flying. Gyms are shut. So bored yaa. No Haircut appointments. Hair on your upper lip. Missing dressing up. Missing Friday nights. What are your problems?” she wrote. The words resonate!
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