It’s possible that Kareena Kapoor broke several hearts. The actor disclosed in an interview with Film Companion that her older son Taimur Ali Khan, who has been the darling of the paparazzi since his birth in 2016, doesn’t have the desire to follow in his parents’ footsteps and become an actor.
The words of Kareena:
“Perhaps he won’t pursue a career in acting,” Kareena Kapoor remarked during the interview. Sitting at her side, her spouse, actor Saif Ali Khan, disclosed, “He wants to be a lead guitarist or a football player.” Kareena continued by saying that Taimur wants to be like Argentinean football player Lionel Messi, who holds the record for most Ballon d’Or victories in history with eight. Saif agreed that Taimur wants to follow in Messi’s footsteps and move to Argentina to play football. Kareena then advised Taimur to “play properly” and “figure it out” after he had lost the previous day’s match.
Kareena About Son Taimur:
Kareena and Saif’s older kid is named Taimur. His birthday is December 20, 2016. Because trolls associated Taimur’s name with Timur, the Turco-Mughal invader who ravaged India in 1398, he received backlash online for the name his parents gave him. Later on, Kareena disclosed that they even thought about changing his name, but ultimately decided against it.
Taimur became the darling of the paparazzi after making his first appearance in public. For years, he was the talk of the town, and many people began to question why the public and media were so fascinated with celebrity kids. On February 21, 2021, Taimur’s younger brother Jehnagir Ali Khan, also known as Jeh, was born.
Taimur is presently enrolled in the same batch as the twins Yash and Roohi, filmmaker Karan Johar, at the Dhirubhai Ambani International School in Mumbai. In files taken by the paparazzi, Taimur is frequently seen practicing football and taekwando.
Regarding her career, Kareena’s upcoming projects include Buckingham Murders, The Crew, and Singham Again, while Saif’s upcoming film is Devara: Part 1.