Kareena Kapoor was all blushing and smiling when she was asked about her pregnancy, while interacting with media during an interview for Udta Punjab.
“I have said that everybody eventually wants to have a family and that’s the eventuality of womanhood. And I have never hidden the fact that I was in a relationship and that I have been married and I won’t hide when this happens.
“You know, I just love the speculation and I am just enjoying it.”
For the first time, she has not denied her pregnancy rumours. There is a buzz and it is now just waiting for an official confirmation.
According to reports, she neither denied her pregnancy rumour nor did she accept it. When asked her about confirming the good news, she replied by saying that she is looking forward to it.
She also added that she is definitely looking forward to having a child!
Having been in the news for her recent movie Udta Punjab, which was in trouble with the censors but earned rave reviews upon release, she only had a small role in the movie.
Since Kareena has not taken up any new projects and seems to be glowing, rumours of her expecting a baby started making the rounds.
It is speculated that Kareena Kapoor hid her baby bump at the UNICEF event.
The gorgeous actress while attending the event wore an anarkali where she refused to take her left hand off her stomach throughout the event. Later she was seen walking very slowly and carried herself around very cautiously.
Given that Kareena doesn’t have any film in her bag post ‘Udta Punjab’ is quite unlikely for an actress of her stature. More rumours when she was spotted visiting a Gynaecologist recently.
Kareena and Saif Ali Khan tied the knot three years ago.
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