By Akanksha Gupta Last Updated:
On March 24, 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced a 21-day lockdown and imposed ‘janta curfew’ over the nation. With the coronavirus spreading in India faster than we had thought, the government had enforced the complete lockdown. While every common man is following the protocol set by the government, B-town celebrities too, have quarantined themselves. Some are making sure to entertain and motivate their fans through social media, some are giving a glimpse of how they are spending the self-isolation phase at home. (Also Read: Karisma Kapoor Shares A Napping Selfie With Her Girl Tribe, Kareena, Malaika And Amrita)
It was just a few days back when Instagram had gotten PHAT with Kareena Kapoor Khan making her debut on this social media platform. And since then, she has been treating her fans with frequent glimpses of her personal life. During the COVID-19 quarantine, Kareena has been delighting us with beautiful pictures of her hubby, Saif Ali Khan and son, Taimur Ali Khan. On March 16, 2020, Bebo had posted a picture of her ‘booked’ husband while she Instagrammed, and had captioned it as “Looks like he is 'booked' for the week... While I Instagram.”
Post the 21-day announcement of lockdown, Kareena Kapoor Khan posted a glimpse of the quarantine at her home. Sharing a picture of her baby boy, Taimur Ali Khan chasing his abba, Saif Ali Khan as they both twinned in bathrobes. Bebo captioned the picture as “Dear India, let's do this. Be responsible. Be home. Be safe. #21DayLockdown #InThisTogether @narendramodi @adityathackeray @cmomaharashtra_ @my_bmc.”
After making her fans wait for so long, Kareena Kapoor Khan had finally made her Instagram debut in 2020 and we couldn’t be happier. And the cherry on the cake was when Kareena promised her fans that “of course, there will be once in a while a picture of Taimur." And keeping her promise, Kareena had posted three beautiful frame-worthy monochrome pictures of Taimur, till now. Introducing her munchkin, Taimur on her official Instagram, Bebo had left us in awe with the picture as well as its sweetest caption. She had written, "The only one I will ever allow to steal my frame," as Taimur rested on his mommy’s shoulders. (Also Read: Fearful Parent, Kunal Kemmu Talks About Daughter, Inaaya's Reaction To The Ongoing COVID-19 Lockdown)
On March 22, 2020, janta curfew, Saif Ali Khan and Taimur Ali Khan had found a perfect way to spend their Sunday at home. Dressed in white kurta pyjamas, Saif and Taimur had planted plants in their balcony and Kareena Kapoor Khan turned photographer for her ‘boys’. She had captioned the pictures as “My boys doing their bit! Together, let's make the world a better place for us all. Play your part... #StayHome #StaySafe #JantaCurfew.”
On The Love Laugh Live Show, Kareena Kapoor Khan had revealed what a normal evening with hubby, Saif Ali Khan and their tiny tot, Taimur Ali Khan, looks like. Bebo had remarked, "I think both of us, we are very social, but we don't like to go to film parties. He doesn't want to go and watch any trial shows because he is like I can't lie, so obviously he won't go. Not too many friends in the film-film circle, even though it's quite strange because both of us are inherently film-film." Bebo had continued, "So, an average evening is always like he is reading, lots of candles are lit. Our dinner's always early, we like to eat in early so like by 7:30 or 8. In fact 3 times a week, he will be like let's cook, let's have a bottle of wine and chat and that's our kind of catchup with Taimur running around. We are playing with him and sitting."
Since Italy is one of the worst-hit countries by coronavirus, Kareena Kapoor Khan had posted a throwback picture with her love, Saif Ali Khan. Praying for Italy, Kareena had captioned their picture from Rome, Italy, “Amore Italy. My love and I are praying for you all” followed by heart emoticons. (Also Read: Neha Dhupia's Hubby, Angad Bedi Turned Into A Canvas For Their Little Baby, Mehr During Quarantine)
Hope everything gets back to ‘normal’ soon and we win the fight against coronavirus!
The COVID-19 lockdown days have at one hand irritated people, but on the other hand, have come good for families as for a lot of people it has turned into family time. These days have united family members that were earlier finding it hard to match their pace of life.Read More