Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor Khan has been ruling headlines ever since she made her debut on Instagram. If you scroll through her Instagram profile, you will get to see a glimpse of her stylish yet chic photos amid coronavirus lockdown. Recently, she took to her Instagram to introduce the world to her workout pout. The Veere Di Wedding actor shared a selfie from her home exercise session. Also Read - How Novel Coronavirus Affects Your Nervous System?

On Sunday, the actor hopped on to Instagram to share the picture in which she is slaying the no make-up look and her personal style statement of a neatly tied bun. “The workout pout… It’s a thing… really! #WorkoutFromHome,” the Jab We Met actor captioned the picture. Also Read - Virus May be an Invisible Enemy, But Our COVID-19 Warriors Are Invincible: PM Modi

In the picture, Kareena is wearing a black colored Puma tank-top and no doubt, she looks her sexiest best. Also Read - Over 8,000 COVID-19 Cases Recorded in India For Second Straight Day, Total Tally Goes Beyond 1.90 Lakh Mark; Death Toll at 5,394 | 10 Points

Take a look at Kareena Kapoor’s post-workout look:

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The workout pout… It’s a thing… really! #WorkoutFromHome

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Bebo’s fans were quick to comment on the post. They were amazed at how she looked after work out. One of the fans wrote, “So candid so real unlike most of the other celeb profiles on insta😍”. Another one wrote, “Yes, it is a thing”.

Like many other Bollywood celebrities, Kareena Kapoor Khan is also staying indoors during the nationwide lockdown imposed by the government to curb the spread of coronavirus.

On the work front, Kareena was last seen in Angrezi Medium opposite Irrfan Khan. Karan Johar’s Takht is also in the pipeline. She also has Laal Singh Chaddha opposite Aamir Khan in the pipeline.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of positive coronavirus cases in India rose to 1024 on Sunday, including 86 recoveries and 27 deaths.