Actor Kareena Kapoor has shared a video that gives a glimpse of an exercise and yoga session at her home in Mumbai. The clip, first shared by Anshuka Yoga on Saturday, showed Karina running up the stairs of her home. The video took a peek at a wall near the stairs decorated with several photo frames, including one from Kareena’s husband, actor Saif Ali Khan, and his ancestral home Pataudi Palace. (Also read | Sara Ali Khan and Ibrahim Ali Khan visit their fathers Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor at their home in Lori.to look at a picture)
In the clip, Karina wore a black top, gray pants, and white sneakers.In the clip, Karina was also seen doing yoga while balancing on a rectangular block on her back. also showed an open space near the stairs with a large picture frame on the wall near it.The video ended with Karina meditating.
The video was shared with the caption “Saturday fire emoji with @kareenakapoorkhan & @diljitdosanjh”. The song “Born to Shine” by singer Diljit Dosanji played in the background. Fans applauded Karina’s dedication. One person wrote, “Queen getting ready for #thecrew.” Another said, “Love your exercise pattern. Exercise doesn’t just keep you in shape, it keeps you healthy and active.”
Karina shared the video on Instagram Stories, writing, “Preparing… (muscle emoji). Crew (red heart emoji) @rheakapoor.” Leah Kapoor reposted the clip on her Instagram story, writing, “My champ (party popper and heart eye emoji).”
Last year, Ekta Kapoor announced in a statement that Kareena would headline the upcoming comedy film The Crew alongside Taboo and Kriti Sanon. The film will be produced by Ekta and Lea Kapoor. Tabu, Kareena and Kriti’s first collaboration, The Crew, is set against the backdrop of the struggling aviation industry.
Directed by Rajesh Krishnan, the story focuses on three women who work and struggle to succeed in life. The Crew is co-produced by Balaji Motion Pictures Limited and Anil Kapoor Productions. Everything is set to be floored in her February of this year.
Kareena’s upcoming projects include Hansal Mehta’s upcoming work and an adaptation of the Japanese novel The Devotion of Suspect X by Sujoy Ghosh. Released last August, the film is the official Hindi remake of Forrest Gump (1994), an Oscar-winning Hollywood film starring Tom Hanks.