Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan Make for a Royal and Stunning Power Couple at the Opening of Prithvi Theatre Festival - See Pics
Kareena, Saif at Opening of Prithvi Theatre Festival (Photo Credit: Yogen Shah)

The Power Couple of Bollywood - Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan made quite a statement in yet another royal outing they made this evening. Saif and Bebo were spotted at the opening of the Prithvi Theatre Festival in Mumbai and the duo looked stunning together. Saif looked suave and handsome in a black and white kurta pyjama while his Begum looked elegant in a blue and gold ensemble. This isn't the first time when Saifeena has made heads turn. They're both known to have a classy and royal taste when it comes to clothes and have always managed to out their best fashion foot forward, never disappointing the fashion police. Taimur Ali Khan Looks Cute As a Button As He Goes on a Shopping Spree With Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan - See Pics.

The festive season calls for parties and a lot of parties for B-Townies! A couple of days back it was at Shah Rukh Khan's Diwali bash when Kareena made a stunning appearance in black and gold lehenga choli leaving us in awe of her once again. And now, her recent outing with Saif too is equally impressive and is going to win her praise from the fashion cops!

Check out some of Kareena and Saif's pics from the event here-

 

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Baebo and Saifu at the #PrithviFestival ✨💕

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They look so good together!

 

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The first picture is so cute I can’t cope 🤧❤️

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On the work front, Saif has started to work on Sacred Games 2, which will be going on air next year, as per reports. His last film Baazaar hit the movie screens and despite getting good reviews, it failed to mint money at the box office. After the release of Veere Di Wedding, Bebo has signed two Karan Johar film - Takht and Good News. Both movies are expected to go on floors next year.