If there is one Bollywood actor who has been continuously winning the hearts of his fans and audiences throughout his time in the industry, then it is none other than Saif Ali Khan. Not only does he impress with his good looks and witty charm, but also with his charming personality and stellar acting skills. Saif Ali Khan is also a doting father, a loving husband to Kareena Kapoor Khan and has captivated the heart of the industry. He is recognized for some of his performances in films like Agent Vinod, Go Goa Gone, Race, Phantom and Love Aaj Kal and also the highly-acclaimed, Sacred Games. Saif Ali Khan’s most recent work in Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior left fans amazed and they loved him in the character he played. And now, as he gears up to play a cool dad role in Jawaani Jaaneman, Saif Ali Khan opened up about fatherhood and about raising Sara Ali Khan, Taimur Ali Khan and Ibrahim Ali Khan.
Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor with Taimur Ali Khan
In a recent chat with an Indian daily, Saif Ali Khan opened up about the difference between raising his kids Taimur, Sara and Ibrahim. The Jawaani Jaaneman actor mentioned that when he was bringing up Sara and Ibrahim Ali Khan, he was a bit more selfish as he was trying to work on building a career. On the other hand, Saif Ali Khan mentioned that while bringing up Taimur, he is much more patient. But, the Tanhaji actor also mentioned that no child of his can replace the other and neither can he differentiate between either of his children.
“The difference, I suppose, is that I’m a little more patient now, whereas when Sara and Ibrahim were young, I was busy trying to build my career. And since I didn’t really know what I wanted, I was a bit more selfish when it came to giving them more time,” he said. He went on to add, “I’m still a bit selfish with my time, but I’m much more patient than I was. When we’re in London, we go to my friend Salim’s house. Everyone’s around, including the kids, and I can just sit and watch them run around.”
On differentiating between Taimur, Sara and Ibrahim, Saif said, “I sometimes call Taimur Ibrahim or Sara; love is a funny thing with your children because, on one hand you can’t differentiate between them and on the other, you can’t replace one with the other.”