If there’s anyone who’s winning over the internet right now then it has to be Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan’s newborn baby Taimur Ali Khan. Yes, the baby boy has been trending like a wildfire on social media with some or the other news every now and then.
Recently, a picture of Taimur went viral on social media where the baby boy looked very different from when we saw Saif Ali Khan and Kareena taking him home from the hospital after he was born on December 20.
Well, Bebo and Saif has been extremely open about their baby, but obviously, they didn’t want to share the pictures of their baby so soon. But in this social media era, keeping anything under wrap is a task. However, Kareena’s reaction on the leaked pictures of his son is typical and every mother will relate to it.
Talking about Kareena’s reaction to Taimur’s picture being leaked out, Saif told Hindustan Times, that the actress reacted to the incident as ‘Nazar lag Jaye gi.’
“Yes (she was not happy). She was like, ‘Nazar lag jayegi and all of that’. But agar nazar lagni hoti toh Kareena would be in the hospital by now (smiles). I don’t believe in all of that. I didn’t mean to share it. It was my WhatsApp display picture. But it is fine. I don’t plan to hide him. We will have a tough time figuring out how to bring him up. I think Taimur is already a bit of a popular chap. So, I think we will have to teach him to be grounded, as people will watch whatever he does.” Aww that’s so sweet Bebo!
In the interview, Saif also mentioned how he misses home more after Taimur’s birth.
“I miss home more now (after Taimur’s birth). I don’t feel happy about shooting from 9 am to 9 pm every day. I miss Taimur when I’m away. In our (Kareena and his) relationship, we feel good that we have brought someone into the world together, someone who is half hers and half mine. I think we were ready for that. We have had lots of fun by ourselves. Now, it’s time to share a little responsibility and take things to another level,” he added.
He also mentioned how the controversy surrounding Taimur’s name did not amuse him at all, but he clarifies that they never wanted to offend anyone.
“There are enough liberal as well as some not-so liberal people in the country, who take medieval history personally. I don’t know what to say to that except that I didn’t mean to offend anyone. I love the name and I think it suits him.”
What’s your take on this? Btw how was the young nawab? Isn’t he soo cute with his quizzical look on his face? Let us know your views in the comments section below.