When Kareena Kapoor lost her 'SEX-DRIVE', here's how Saif Ali Khan reacted
Kareena Kapoor talked about her struggles during pregnancy, where she lost her sex-drive while she was pregnant with Jeh and more
Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor recently launched her book ‘Pregnancy Bible’ digitally with her friend and filmmaker Karan Johar as the moderator. During the live session, Kareena confirmed that her second child is named Jeh.
Soon social media users started connecting to Jeh as Jehangir or Jehlaluddin. As per reports, in her book, Kareena has addressed Jeh as Jehangir in the caption of one of his photos.
Besides Kareena's second son's name, there were men things Karan and Bebo discuss, like her struggles during pregnancy and losing sex-drive.
When Karan asked Bebo about the notions about sex life during pregnancy? To which Kareena said that Saif was very understanding through those days.
Here's what she said during the live interaction with Karan, "People just feel like… When pregnant, they don’t realise the kind of moods, emotions, feelings, and feelings about yourself. That’s so important. Some days, I would feel super amazing and sexy, and feel ‘oh my God, I am looking so hot with this belly’ and I feel amazing, and I would tell Saif that or he would say, ‘You are looking beautiful."
Kareena further added, "But there were times post-six-seven months where I felt like… Of course, I was exhausted and I couldn’t get myself to get up sometimes in the morning. But sometimes, it’s just a feeling of repulsion. You are just in a mental state when you don’t know what to think. It’s so important to have a supportive man and most men should not put pressure on their wives to
a) look beautiful while they are pregnant
b) feel they are any less. That pressure shouldn’t be there or like ‘this is it, our regular sex life has to be super-active’.”
Sharing her nine-month journey on Kareena had earlier shared on Instagram, "This has been quite the journey… both my pregnancies and writing my Pregnancy Bible. There were good days and bad days; some days I was raring to go to work and others where I struggled to get out of bed. This book is a very personal account of what I experienced both physically and emotionally through both my pregnancies."