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Kareena Kapoor is not a vegetarian anymore

By Sajad - Thu Jan 17 2013, 11:27 am

Kareena KapoorIt looks like actress Kareena Kapoor is getting back to her old food habits. Bebo, who had reportedly turned a disciplined vegetarian while dating Shahid Kapoor, has now become a fishetarian.

This was revealed in a telly interview by her mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore when asked about Bebo’s food habits.

It is a known fact that vegetarianism helped Kareena’s size zero look in Tashan and reportedly, she stuck to it as a lifelong choice. But things changed for Bebo after her marriage with Saif Ali Khan.

Bebo preferred to stick to greens when she was seeing Shahid Kapoor, who is a vegetarian. He had influenced her to go vegetarian that her family had found odd, considering that the Kapoors swear by tandoori chicken. In fact, her father Randhir Kapoor was shell-shocked to learn that Bebo had turned vegetarian for spiritual reasons.

Saif’s family prefers non-vegetarian food over veggie, hence, it was quite difficult for Sharmila to cook veg items. But now, it looks like keeping in mind about her in-laws’ food habits, Bebo is slowly getting back to fish and meat.

Bollywood stars Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor tied the knot earlier in October last year, in a low-key ceremony in Mumbai after a courtship of five years.

The couple were married by a registrar in the presence of family and friends at their house, followed by a formal reception at the Taj Colaba hotel in the evening. This was the second wedding for Khan, who was previously married to actress Amrita Singh and has two children with her. This is Kapoor’s first marriage.

Khan is the son of former Indian cricket captain Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi and Sharmila Tagore, a former actress. Kapoor is the granddaughter of actor and filmmaker Raj Kapoor and niece of actor Rishi Kapoor. Both her parents and older sister have also been in the film industry.

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