This Is One Thing About Saif Ali Khan That Annoys Kareena Kapoor
Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan have been serving relationship goals for as long as we’ve known. She recently appeared on a talk show and here’s what she revealed about Saif
If there’s one Bollywood couple that gives us relationship goals, it’s none other than Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan. Not only do they look good together but they are the truest example of what a couple should be. They have been married for quite some time now and their son, Taimur Ali Khan, is already a social media star. Despite being married for a number of years, the couple is still so in love and it shows! Pictures from their recent vacay this summer were oh so full of love and went viral on social media.
Over the weekend, Kareena Kapoor rang in her 39th birthday, and Saif Ali Khan went out of his way to make her celebrations all the more fun. Pictures from her birthday celebrations at home went viral on social media and for all the right reasons. And now, Kareena Kapoor made a recent appearance on a talk show, Romedy Now, in which she was quizzed about her relationship with Saif Ali Khan. She revealed the one most annoying habit of Saif Ali Khan on the show. Any guesses?
The most annoying habit of Saif’s, according to Kareena Kapoor is that he says “no” to everything that she asks at first. Kareena Kapoor also mentioned that she was initially told not to get married to Saif Ali Khan and was told that her career would be over if she married him. The Veere Di Wedding starlet obviously went with her gut and instinct and the two now remain happily married.
On the work front, Kareena Kapoor is gearing up to be seen in Karan Johar’s Good News alongside Akshay Kumar, Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara Advani in pivotal roles. It is set to hit the theatres on December 27, this year. The actress will also be seen in the upcoming film Angrezi Medium alongside Irrfan Khan. The movie is a sequel to the superhit film Hindi Medium. Fans can’t wait to see the starlet on the big screen once again.