A combo image shows Kareena Kapoor walking out of a fitness centre. Photo: Kareena Kapoor/ Facebook
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Kareena Kapoor is a sizzling beauty and hot sensation of Bollywood. She has millions of fans because of her stunning looks and figure. Her strong determination and dedication towards her workouts make her one of the hottest actors in the Bollywood industry.
Right from her first movie Refugee to till date, she has been the cynosure of directors, producers and actors. Every time, she has surprised everyone either with her movies, item songs, size-zero figure or marriage with Saif Ali Khan.
Although the actress is on social media, she doesn't use it much, to reveal her gym regime details. Rather, Kareena's workout and gym secrets have constantly made it to social media courtesy her best friend Amrita Arora and celebrity trainer Namrata Purohit.
Other than working out, Kareena strongly believes that a healthy attitude towards life and good food are the right tricks to stay healthy.
Kareena, who is nicknamed “Bebo", shared that she starts her day by drinking a glass of hot water mixed with lime. Breakfast must include Indian staples which includes poha (flattened rice) or upma (roasted semolina).
The actress avoids junk food and makes sure to eat home-cooked food for lunch and dinner. She has her last meal of the day at around 8pm. Her workout is a must so she follows her fitness regime four days a week.
Bebo, mother of one, is a Pilates girl, though her workout session also includes battle rope exercises, kettle-bell squats and boxing.
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