Mommy-to-be Kareena Kapoor steals limelight as showstopper at Lakme Fashion Week

"This was the first time 'we' took the ramp together," said the Bollywood diva

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"This was the first time 'we' took the ramp together," said the Bollywood diva. PHOTO: TWITTER/FILMYCURRY

Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is expecting her first child with Saif Ali Khan in December, turned showstopper for designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee at the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2016.

The actor who was seen proudly flaunting her baby bump on the ramp, said that it was an emotional moment for her as this was the first time "we were taking the ramp together."

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"Everyone made this edition so special for me. For me, it's quite an emotional moment as this was the first time we (she and her future child) took the ramp together. It was a moment to cherish," the actor told reporters after the finale.

Bebo claims that she was not scared to walk the runway and her pregnancy could never be a hindrance.

"I was happy and confident. Pregnant woman can walk and fly and for me it's absolutely normal. When it comes to my work, acting is my passion and I will work till I die. As long as I am doing what I love, I am going to do that," she said.

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The star-studded audience comprised of Deepika Padukone, Karishma Kapoor, Kajal Agarwal among others.

Talking about his showstopper, Sabyasachi Mukherjee said, "She is gorgeous and added more volume to the outfit. I hope our association will continue from here on."


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np | 4 years ago | Reply @Goldberg: Why? Her mother in law Sharmila Tagore, Rakhee, Dimple Kapadia have all acted as heroines with top heroes after becoming mothers. Same is true about Kajol and Aishwarya Rai.
Afzaal Ansari | 4 years ago | Reply Confident with her prosper future with her child
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