The whole country went crazy when Saif Ali Khan named his little
bundle of joy Taimur Ali Khan. The little one started getting
trolled on the social media immediately.
But some people just crossed their limits! In a recent interview
to Indian Express, Saif Ali Khan revealed how he felt when someone
said, 'I hope Taimur dies.'
I Wanted To Choose A Muslim
"This has been a name I always liked, since I was small. We
decided that we could also choose a western name, but I wanted to
choose a Muslim name because I wanted a name of my culture. Now, I
could either go the poetic route, Faiz and Ghalib... Or we could go
into the royal route like name of kings.''
Kareena Loved It
''When I spoke to my wife, she loved the name, the meaning of
the name and the sound of it. I am also aware that there is a
historical person of the same name. But someone please explain to
me why is it relevant today? Why what happened 900 years ago or
millennium ago is relevant today?''
Why Are People Still Talking
''Why are people still talking about that? How can that be
connected to the name? So, I don't understand that and if I can't
understand, I don't care," Saif said.
When Someone Said 'I Hope Taimur
Negativity didn't exactly bother Saif and Kareena, but the actor
did admit that there were some comments, which he found too harsh,
he said, "like someone said, ‘I hope he dies.' That's a little
Why Saif Ali Khan Took Time To
Connect With Taimur?
''I think guys always take a little longer than women (to build
a connection with kids) because they have the baby inside them for
so long so, there's an instant kind of connect. Whereas with men,
when the baby starts looking at you, the connect grows.''
It's Awkward To Express How Much
I Love My Son
''I find it a little awkward to express how much I love my son
or how I feel about him. But with all my kids, I have to be
protective and be a guide and genuinely be there, always.''
It Really Does Not
''So, it really doesn't matter if I change diapers or not, or
express my love like that because when he comes to me, when he is
16 or is 30, and if I am still alive, that's the time when the
father needs to be there, be his rock like my father was.''
My Father Never Changed Our
''He never changed any of our diapers but he was the greatest
dad ever because we would call him anytime and he would be there
and I think, to be there is the main thing."
Taimur Will Choose His Religion
"My wife and I will try that our son will be a wonderful
ambassador of the country. He will be free to choose whatever
religion he likes. I want him to be a liberal, open-minded and
down-to-earth guy the way we are.''