Just like every other citizen, Saif Ali Khan is spending his quarantine time with family, wife Kareena Kapoor Khan and son Taimur Ali Khan. Since no paps during the lockdown phase, we still manage to get day-to-day updates about the Pataudi family, thanks to Bebo. Ever since Bebo has made her Insta debut, she has made it easy for her fans. Right from sharing her sun-kissed pics to Tai with papa Saif photos, the Good Newwz actress is keeping her army glued to her Insta account.
During a recent interview when Saif was asked about the lockdown he told Mumbai Mirror, “It’s like a long voyage on a 19th-century ship. You can see the land from afar, but you are separated from it by an expanse of water.” The Chef actor also added that since the 21st century has many technologies, it helps us to stay connected. “But it’s important to know how to spend time at sea and adapt to the changes in lifestyle that comes from being shut in because even sailors suffer from cabin fever,” he added.
The actor was quizzed about his daily routine and time table. Speaking about how his day starts, he told the tabloid, “I wake up early and get some exercise in. Fortunately, we have a treadmill at home and I’m coaxing Kareena to give me some yoga lessons. Chasing my kid (Taimur) around the house is also a good workout.”
He further adds, “I remember my grandmother pruning and grafting roses. Now, I’m the one explaining the concept of growing plants to Taimur, teaching him how to press the seeds into the mud in the pots and pour water, and then wait for the seedlings to peep out with surprised delight. Today, we planted tomatoes; it’s all very nice and peaceful. With both parents around all the time, my son is having a blast.” (ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan Draws The Perfect Combo Of Traditional And Sexy In Her Latest Magazine Photoshoot!)
Images Source: instagram/kareenakapoorkhan
They say the best things in life are free! India’s favourite music channels 9XM, 9X Jalwa, 9X Jhakaas & 9X Tashan are available Free-To-Air. Make a request for these channels from your Cable, DTH or HITS operator.