Kareena Kapoor Khan’s book ‘Pregnancy Bible’ lands into controversy over its title; AIMB objects to the name

Updated on Jul 15, 2021 08:21 AM IST  |  250.6K
Kareena Kapoor Khan’s book ‘Pregnancy Bible’ lands into controversy over its title; AIMB objects to the name

Kareena Kapoor Khan aces the art of making the headlines. Be it on the personal and professional front, everything about the Pataudi Begum becomes the talk of the town. And while the diva grabbed the attention after embracing motherhood for the second time early this year, she also created a buzz in the town of late as she released her first book. Titled as Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible, the book chronicles Bebo’s journey to motherhood.

And while the book is grabbing a lot of appreciation and is touted to be one of the best sellers, Kareena’s Pregnancy Bible has landed in legal trouble. According to media reports, the All India Minority Board has objected to the name of the book. Reportedly, several members of the board, along with the board’s chairperson, Diamond Yusuf, had a meeting in Kanpur’s Chunni Ganj area and condemned the title of the book. This isn’t all. They are also seeking legal advice and are planning to file a complaint against the Jab We Met star. Meanwhile, as Kareena is yet to respond to the controversy, we wonder how will she deal with this.

Meanwhile, Kareena is looking forward to the release of Advait Chandan directorial Laal Singh Chaddha with Aamir Khan in the lead. The much talked about movie happens to be the official Bollywood remake of the Hollywood classic Forrest Gump starring Tom Hanks. Interestingly, the movie will mark Kareena’s third project with Aamir after 3 Idiots and Talaash. Besides, she is also enjoying her time with newborn son Jeh and elder son Taimur Ali Khan.

Also Read: Kareena Kapoor Khan unveils her 'Pregnancy Bible': In many ways, it is like my third child 


Anonymous : Lol I am a christian and I have no objection to the use of the word bible....People need to calm down. Bible is just colloquially used to mean a guide book that people strictly adhere to....As far as there is no offensive content, I don't see any reason to take offense from the name....instead I'm proud as a Christian, that the word bible has so much worldwide appeal
REPLY 1 2 months ago
Anonymous : Her book does not even equate to Gita or Koran as well....
REPLY 2 2 months ago
Anonymous : People HAVE TO find fault with each and everything!
REPLY 6 2 months ago
Anonymous : Yes true but the title doesn’t make any sense either.. I support the condemn
REPLY 2 2 months ago
Anonymous : this is fine by her...she just needs controversies to stay in news
REPLY 12 2 months ago
Anonymous : There is only one Bible the book of Gods word. Her book should have never been called anything with the holy Bible in it
REPLY 17 2 months ago