When It Comes To Saif And Kareena, Like Most Couples Wife Is Annoyed With Her Husband’s One Habit

It was a talk show where wife: Kareena Kapoor Khan who is both a mother and a wife at the same time got to open her heart and share the most annoying habit of her hubby: Saif Ali Khan in open.

It has been over 10 years that Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan have been together and they have been married for almost 7 years now. Considered one of the best couples in Bollywood they are head over heels in love with each other after being with each other for these many years. Now with the arrival of Taimur their family is complete.

Saif Kareena
Saif Kareena

In a talk show titled The Love Laugh Live Show, Kareena spoke at length about her daily life with Saif.

“I think both of us, we are very social, but we don’t like to go to film parties. He doesn’t want to go and watch any trial shows because he is like I can’t lie, so obviously he won’t go… Not too many friends in the film-film circle, even though it’s quite strange because both of us are inherently film-film.”

Like most wives, she had more to say about her hubby.

“So, an average evening is always like he is reading, lots of candles are lit. Our dinner’s always early, we like to eat early so like by 7:30 or 8.” She added, “In fact 3 times a week, he will be like let’s cook, let’s have a bottle of wine and chat and that’s our kind of catchup with Taimur running around. We are playing with him and sitting.”

Then came the most interesting question which habit of her hubby annoys her the most. Here’s what Kareena said,

“His first instant reaction to anything is ‘No’. I’m like ‘Saif, what do you want to do? Should we like, try and step out?’. His reaction is, ‘No’. ‘Can I like reupholster the sofa’. ‘No’. And then suddenly three hours later he messages me and say ‘Yeah, I think you should reupholster the sofa.’ So I’m like ‘when I’m telling you why do you always say no’. I think that’s just like a thing. He has to say no first and then he kinda comes around.”


Gaurav Gupta

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