Guess Who Bullies Saif Ali Khan At Home?

He’s sweet but bullies everyone at home. These were Saif Ali Khan’s words when asked about the challenges of parenting Taimur Ali Khan, son of Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan.

Saif Ali Khan
Saif Ali Khan

At present Saif Ali Khan is at an all-time career-high, his recent box office release Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior is still roaring at the box office, even three weeks into its release. Saif is in no mood to slow down as he is gearing up for the release of his next film titled Jawaani Jaaneman opposite Tabu and Alaia Furniturewalla.

Talking about his character in Jawaani Jaaneman. He is playing Alaia’s father in the film.

Saif Ali Khan was sharing some inside details about how they are bringing up their tiny tot Taimur Ali Khan. When Saif was asked whether he is a strict parent or not, he replied,

“I think it is good to be a little strict, I have given up. This time round, like my third child and my wife’s first (cracks a joke on himself and says ‘that sounds weird), so she kind of spoils him slightly and I know this is not gonna end properly. I know where this is going. And now he is bully everyone at home. I don’t want to go to school, so all that’s happening.”

When Saif Ali Khan was asked whether Taimur resorts to emotional blackmail to get things done. Saif said,

“He is very sweet, I love you and my family. Then recently someone said ‘no’ to him for the first time and he like ‘ I don’t like you, I will kick you, I will headbang you’.”

Saif also spoke in detail about his role in Jawaani Jaaneman and said, “This story is about a man accepting his age, his responsibilities and his journey in life. I think the father is one of the most important people in our lives. A lot of people mess up being a father and create children that need therapy, that need friendship and that need all kinds of things to fix their problems because they are not ready to be responsible fathers. In the film, my character is not ready. He thinks that (having) a family is not cool, and the solo life is the way to go.”



Gaurav Gupta

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