Photos: Kareena, Saif's day out with son Taimur


It’s a pleasing sight, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan were spotted with their bundle of joy Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi. Kareena holds Taimur’s hand as the little one now able to give baby steps. The trio was spotted outside Soha’s house. Yesterday, Soha arrived with her daughter Inaaya to spend time with Taimur and now Taimur pays a visit to her cousin sister with his parents.

Saif and Kareena were dressed in casual while the little munchkin donned a grey jumpsuit. Taimur gave a sweet smile on looking at the paparazzi.

When Saif was asked in an interview about Taimur’s bonding with his younger cousin, Inaaya, he stated, “They hang out here at home. She is very small and delicate and he is a ruffian but we have a lot of people around so we don’t need to be worried. But Taimur is a gunda. I hope he doesn’t pull her hair (laughs).” Speaking of genetics and Taimur’s blue eyes, Saif further added, “He's blue eyed. He's a genetic treasure trove. He is. He is got a bit of Rabindranath Tagore, he's got a bit of Raj Kapoor, he's got a bit of Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, he's got a bit of Bhopal...I don't know..he's beyond me. He's gone. Let's see what happens.”

Kareena talked about the constant media attention Taimur is getting, “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.” Bebo went on to say, "We just want him to lead as normal a life as possible. That's the most important thing for him. I'd like the paparazzi to not shoot pictures of him every moment. I don't want his life to be documented. He is only 17 months old, once or twice is enough, but not the constant badgering." 

Kareena revealed what profession she would want Taimur to pursue, and shared, “I wouldn’t want to choose, I hope he chooses. Well, I would want Taimur to be a cricketer.” Adding further to what would she like Taimur to achieve in his career, Kareena replied, "I would like him to do something with his life and then I would like people to appreciate him. He is still very small and he should actually be given a chance rather than having so much of this kind of pressure that is already on him. It is so scary."

When answers as how she strikes a balance between work and family, Kareena remarked, "Movies will go on, but I will do one film at a time. My husband isn't a businessman who comes home at 6 pm. He is an actor too, and between us, we must balance our time out for Taimur. We have decided we'll do one film each — I did Veere Di Wedding, now he is doing Navdeep's [Singh] film. After he finishes his commitments by November, I will start my next. So, I can kick it off in January." She continued, "My family, my son, my husband — they are the most important things for me. I love being a mother as much as I love my work. I want to ace that balancing act and be an example for others. I was told that I won't get films after marriage. I changed that. Even if this turns out to be a mistake, I'm okay with it. I have no regrets about the path I have chosen."

saif and kareena
saif and kareena
kareena and saif
saif and kareena