With the changing times, people are becoming more and more comfortable in their skin. Gone are the days when pregnancy was treated as a disease when women used to hide their baby bumps in nine-yard sarees as showing them off was considered shameful.
In just four months it’s going to be 2018, we have come a long way. It has been 70 years since we have got freedom but women are still struggling for it. This is the reason why celebrities and public figures have taken a charge to bring a change.
Remember how Kareena Kapoor Khan celebrated each day of her pregnancy? She worked until the week before she delivered Taimur Ali Khan and for this, she definitely deserves a salute.
Now, it’s Kareena’s sister-in-law who is following her bhabhi’s footsteps. Quite comfortable with the changes in her physical appearances, Soha has been flaunting her baby bump a lot on social media.
The actress is traveling all over the world and posting really wonderful pictures with her husband.
Recently, Soha’s baby shower pictures also went viral. However, the reason was cutie pie Taimur who took all the limelight in the function.
With fun and masti, it’s also important for a would-be mother to live a healthy lifestyle during her pregnancy. It’s not true that you cannot exercise while you are pregnant. It’s very beneficial to do a few recommended yoga asanas to keep your baby healthy.
To spread this awareness among women, Soha Ali Khan took the charge and posted a picture doing yoga with her baby bump.
In no time the picture went viral. Yes, there were many who appreciated Soha’s initiative and efforts. Unfortunately, there were an equal number of people who slammed Soha and called her shameless.
The post got flooded with filthy comments and it was really saddening to see people passing personal comments for no reason. In some of the comments you can see that people are cursing Soha for marrying a Hindu man, I want to ask them, “What is their problem?”.
In today’s world, if you are still worried about Hindus marrying Muslims or Muslims marrying Hindus, then the problem is with you. It’s time you start thinking above caste, creed, sex, and religion. We live in a democratic nation and every one of us has the right to chose our partners and live life according to our free will.