Saif Ali Khan Wants to Spend More Time with Taimur Ali Khan
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Saif Ali Khan Wants to Spend More Time with Taimur Ali Khan

Saif Ali Khan wasn’t happy that he wasn’t getting enough time with son Taimur Ali Khan

It is not easy being a celebrity. There are times when you have such choc-a-bloc schedules that you don’t get to meet your loved ones for days, weeks or even months. Currently, this is the same dilemma faced by actor Saif Ali Khan, who says that he wants to spend more time with his tiny tot Taimur Ali Khan and doesn’t like reaching home when he is asleep.

Saif Ali Khan, has had a stellar year with his show on Netflix, Sacred Games becoming a household name and being one of the most watched shows on the streaming giant. He recently also made his debut as a presenter on the TV show, Kahan Hum Kahan Tum. His show Sacred Games has been picked for season 2 and the audiences can’t wait to see Saif don the police uniform again as Sartaj Singh. However, this has come at a price, that now Saif has a jam-packed shooting schedule which leaves him with little time to spend with his wife and son. In an interview with Bombay Times, Saif, opened up on how grueling schedules keep actors away from their families. He says that it bothers him when he comes back home and finds his son sleeping and realizes that he should have been home in time to play with him.

He further added that in his  growing-up years, his parents taught him about the importance of respecting family space.  His father (Mansoor Ali Khan Pitaudi) was a cricketer and mother (Sharmila Tagore) is an actress, and they both had hectic schedules.  However, Saif and his wife Kareena Kapoor Khan do manage to take time out of their schedules and try to take family vacations. They recently visited Tuscany.

Saif will be next seen in Laal Kaptaan, Dil Bechara, Jawani Jaaneman, Taanaji: The Unsung Warrior and Bhoot Police.

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