Is Kareena Kapoor back on the sets?

Kareena was spotted spending time with her producer of Veere Di Wedding in London.

Published: 27th March 2017 09:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 28th March 2017 06:38 AM   |  A+A-

Kareena Kapoor. (File photo | AP)

Kareena Kapoor. (File photo | AP)

By Express News Service

Last week Kareena Kapoor Khan left for London. It is her first international tour post giving birth to her son Taimur on December 20.

The actress has had taken any maternity leave and has been completing her work commitment within two weeks of delivery. She has not only walked the ramp but also became face of the channel. Now her pictures with Rhea have sparked the rumours that she has started working on her film.

Kareena Kapoor

A source says, “Kareena is supposed to be in London with her husband Saif Ali Khan. She was seen spending time with Rhea and her family who are in country to bring her mother Sunita’s birthday over a weekend.”

It was reported that Saif is supposed to be shooting for his film Chef in London and Kareena might join him along with Taimur, however it is not confirmed whether Taimur too is travelling with her or not.

But ever since she has landed in London, she has been catching up with some of her friends.

She was also seen with fashion designer Faraz Manan. So it is speculated that she might have been preparing for her role in the film.

Veere Di Weeding was announced last year but the film could not go on floor as Kareena declared her pregnancy.

The film is produced by Ekta Kapoor and Rhea Kapoor and it stars Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar, and Shikha Talsania. It is likely to start rolling in the next couple of months.

Meanwhile Sonam’s picture with her rumoured beau Anand Ahuja with her entire family in London too has gone viral.

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