Saif Ali Khan Wants Son Ibrahim Khan To Stay Away From Social Media And Follow Hrithik Roshan's Footsteps - Read On

Saif Ali Khan in his recent interview spoke about his son Ibrahim Ali Khan desire to become an actor, comparisons between them and more

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Saif Ali Khan Wants Son Ibrahim Khan To Stay Away From Social Media And Follow Hrithik Roshan's Footsteps - Read On
Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh's kids Sara Ali Khan and Ibrahim Ali Khan are pretty popular. While Sara has already marked her Bollywood debut and showcased her potential as an actor, Ibrahim is still to set his foot in the industry. But in various interviews, daddy Saif has mentioned that Ibrahim too fosters the dream of becoming an actor and sooner or later, he will become one. However, there's one advice from Papa to Beta.

Saif Ali Khan, to Mumbai Mirror, stated that he wants his son Ibrahim Ali Khan to stay away from social media. He stated that he wants his son to just explode on-screen when he marks his debut just like Hrithik Roshan when the time arrives. Saif Ali Khan was quoted saying, "Like Hrithik Roshan, he should just explode on the screen." Talking on the comparisons that will take place when Ibrahim will make his debut, Saif stated "There will be comparisons with me; he can't avoid that, but he's still growing, developing his own personality, so it's best to be seen less for now."

Talking about daughter Sara Ali Khan and her upcoming film Coolie No 1, Saif stated that he has seen a few songs of the film and it seems she is having fun. Daddy dearest also stated that it is funny to see Sara on-screen as for him, she is still a little girl.


The senior actor currently is in Dharamshala shooting for his next project Bhoot Police. Wifey Kareena Kapoor Khan and son Taimur Ali Khan are giving him company. 
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