Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan looked irresistibly hot on the cover of the July edition of Vogue India magazine. It seems the "Udta Punjab" actress, who is in her mid-thirties, is becoming sexier by the day.
The cover girl of Vogue India, July edition, posed with an unbuttoned white shirt knotted around her torso and a black leather skirt. She is seen holding dumbbells in her hands and her sensuous eyes will make you fall for her. The cover page of Vogue said: "The power of Kareena why we're mad about her." Styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania, her hair has been done by Angelo, make-up by Kay Montano and clicked by photographer Richard Ramos.
In an interview with Vogue, she expressed her views on her lifestyle and why she doesn't want to do international films like Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra. "I think it's amazing what Priyanka has done. But I don't think I could ever do something like that. I want to be a married working woman. My responsibilities are a lot more different than hers. I have a husband, I would like to start a family. I can't give up everything and move to LA. That's not me. The kind of work that these girls have put in, you need to have that kind of dedication of wanting to achieve so much and do it so wonderfully. Also, maybe I'm lazy. I don't want to conquer the world but I don't mind having a little place of my own. It's as simple as that," Kareena said.
Before Kareena, the June edition featured Katrina Kaif. She was seen at a beach and the actress looked effortlessly gorgeous in the outfit she wore. There was a time when Katrina and Kareena came close due to Ranbir Kapoor, but now Katrina-Ranbir reportedly broke up and the actress lost many friends.
Kareena, who appeared in a simple avatar in "Udta Punjab," has set the temperatures soaring in the July edition of Vogue India. She will next be seen in Rhea Kapoor's film. Sonam Kapoor's sister is coming with a rom-com movie, "Veera Di Shaadi." It will feature Kareena in the lead role alongside Sonam, Swara Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania of "Wake Up Sid" fame.