Taimur learnt to call Saif abba, watches moon with him, Kareena calls him bright

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published May 31, 2018, 3:16 pm IST
Updated May 31, 2018, 3:16 pm IST
Taimur Ali Khan is growing up to become smart like his parents, the proof of which both Saif and Kareena gave.
Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Taimur.
 Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Taimur.

The cutiepie Taimur Ali Khan is growing up to become smart like his parents, the proof of which both Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan gave in their respective interviews.

Talking about Taimur’s rights, Saif told DNA, “Taimur should be freely able to take his evening outing in the park. It becomes difficult in certain situations, but the photographers are really friendly. They are just doing their jobs and they don’t push him or his nanny, which is really kind. They aren’t aggressive so I’m happy.”

 

He also revealed, “He (Taimur) has learnt a few new words. He calls me ‘abba’ and has now started to say ‘baby’ and ‘gum’. Whenever he sees a chewing gum, he would just scream ‘gum’. He likes to watch the moon, so I sit with him in my office and show him the moon.”

Kareena told Filmfare, “I don’t like that at all, neither does Saif. As parents we’re scared. I’d want my son to grow up as normally as possible. Saif’s even more particular about this. He wants Taimur to grow up away from the eye of the paparazzi and the film scenario.”

Speaking about the media attention, Bebo added, “No, I think he’s just wondering what they’re doing, why they’re calling out his name! He’s quite bright and aware as a child. But I’m worried. I don’t want him to get used to this kind of attention. I’m protective like any mother would be.”

According to a report on Bollywood Life, Taimur Ali Khan’s school fees too are quite affordable. “If you are enrolling your child for a duration of 3 months, all you need to spend is Rs 15,000, which amounts to Rs 5,000 per month. They charge Rs 22,000 for 6 months and Rs 47,000 annually. While the classes are conducted only once a week, kids can come and play everyday,” reports the portal.





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