Kareena-Sharmila live in the ‘palace’ of Pataudi, know what is inside it

Ever since her marriage with Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor has often been praising her mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore. Both of them have also been seen together in a chat show, whose host was Kareena Kapoor herself. Now this fabulous pair of mother-in-law and daughter-in-law are once again seen sharing the screen. But this time together there is something special. Because this time both are shooting in Pataudi Palace. This is the same Pataudi Palace which is the luxurious property of the Pataudi family. Being the Nawab of Pataudi, this is his special palatial house. For the first time, mother-in-law and daughter-in-law have shot an ad together in this house. In which some special glimpses of Pataudi Palace are also seen.

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Inside view of the luxurious Pataudi Palace

This special ad has been shared by Kareena Kapoor herself. Which starts with the aerial view of Pataudi Palace. After this, the luxurious rooms of Kareena Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore are visible. Looking at them, it can be guessed that the rooms are very big, luxurious and full of light. Every bedroom also has sofas and tables and expensive carpets. The bathrooms are also very big where the bathtub will also be visible. At the end of the ad, both the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law are seen together at the dining table. The dining room is also quite big. In which along with the dining table chairs, sofas and other decorative pieces are also seen decorated.

Ed is like this

This ad is an ad for My Trident Home. In which both Kareena Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore are seen advertising bath robes, towels, blankets and bedsheets. The ad has been made very well keeping the Royal Family in mind. In which the beautiful and royal style of both is visible. Seeing the ad video shared on social media, fans are also not tired of praising the tuning of both of them.

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