Kareena Kapoor has been making headlines owing to her pregnancy. Just like the previous one, this pregnancy too was a working one for Bebo as she was on her toes. Amid the pandemic, Bebo completed Laal Singh Chaddha’s shooting followed by her radio chat show What Women Want season 3. While the actress is not shooting for anything project, as of now, Bebo has been turning heads with her maternity fashion choices. Time and again we have seen preggers Bebo stepping out in style while wearing a differently-styled kaftan.
Kareena Kapoor Khan What Women Want 3 radio chat show’s latest episode saw YouTuber Carry Minati as a guest. During his appearance, Carry revealed that people have often mistaken him for Mirzapur’s Munna Bhahiya ka Divyenndu. Speaking to Bebo, Carry Minati aka Ajey Nagar said, “One funny comment I also get is, I look like Munna Bhaiya. Our face also resembles a lot. In fact, sometimes when I am out, people come up to me and say 'you have done a great job in Mirzapur, we enjoyed it a lot' and I just thank them.”
Ajey further told Kareena, “I know whenever someone hears this name (CarryMinati), they feel it would be some foreigner with blue eyes. And when they see me, they do get a bit disappointed. This name came to my mind back in 2015. Prior to that, my channel's name was CarryDeol, because I used to mimic Sunny Deol. Then it suddenly struck my mind how CarryMinati would sound. It does not have any meaning at all. It was just what a 15-year-old would find cool.”
Meanwhile, Kareena Kapoor is all set to welcome her 2nd baby in the next few days. During his latest interview, Saif Ali Khan revealed that he’s taking paternity leave to be around the new baby. (ALSO READ: Ahead Of Welcoming His Newborn, Saif Ali Khan Opens Up On Not Taking Work As Due Date Inches Closer: ‘Who Wants To Work When You Have A Newborn At Home’)
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