Kareena Kapoor Khan ruled the social circuit all through her pregnancy, shattering stereotypes and making a style statement every time she stepped out with her baby bump. Even 45 days after son Taimur was born in mid-December, she was out there, walking the ramp and chilling with her gal pals.
In an earlier interview, when we had asked the actress if she’d like to put down her journey to motherhood in a book, she had said, “I am not a writer. But never say never.” Now it turns out that Bebo has been approached by two leading publishers to write about breaking pregnancy norms and inspiring a legion of mommies-to-be.
A source close to Kareena Kapoor Khan reveals, “The offers came in last month and she is giving it serious thought. While she believes writing requires dedication, she wants her thoughts to reach people far and wide. In the glam world, pregnancy is equated to a disease and an actress’ career is considered over once she has a baby. Her book will attack the stigma around pregnancy and how she was able to shatter the so-called norms.”
The actress is still figuring out how much of the book will be about her professional and personal life. “She wants to be measured when it comes to writing about her personal life. Her sole intention is to inspire pregnant women not to avoid the public eye. One can also expect a chapter on the furore over Taimur’s name soon after he was born. Her diet and workout regime for post-pregnancy weight loss will also make for a major part of the book,” the source adds.