Meanwhile, Kareena Kapoor Khan will soon begin shooting for her next Veere Di Wedding.
Whether it's about flaunting the red carpet look or looking stylish in a slit gown the actress knows all the art of stealing the show with her looks. As she walked hand-in-hand with her husband Saif Ali Khan and posed for the shutterbugs with her natural pout just on point, she won a million hearts. Kareena's hot look from her latest shoot on a yatch for the United Kingdom magazine cover will surely make you fall in for her. She has been a part of several splendid photoshoots in the past and this time it is no different. Recently, the Kapoor Khandaan got together under one roof to celebrate Bebo and Lolo's darling mother, Babita's 70th birthday bash, where they had a gala time. Stunning onlookers in a summer fresh printed maxi from Deme by Gabriella, Kareena kept it cool and casual for the night. Her natural tousled tresses rounded off her look.
But that's not all.
Gorgeous Kareena not slays with her bold fashion statements but the diva has become the first Bollywood actress to feature on a cover of a United Kingdom magazine. It is also being said that in order to complete the shoot, a 84 foot luxury yacht was used to give that edginess to the overall look. The costumes of Kareena are designed by Faraz Manan. Bebo was probably his muse for the new line.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DB Super Pack 3 coming next week
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The reason Apple is stretching the major shift is the electronics manufacturing companies affect on our planet. It is different in way as it is a first where Apple announced a goal before figuring out how to go about it.
New Survey Finds Meltwater Is Flowing Across Antarctica
The branching channels eventually merge, dumping meltwater into the ocean via a 130-metre-wide waterfall at the ice shelf's edge. Bell added that surface meltwater isn't the only process glaciologists are concerned could be accelerating ice sheet collapse.