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Is Saif Ali Khan house-hunting?

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , on May 15, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Just a year ago, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan had moved into their dream house, which had rooms for the entire family, including Saif’s children Ebrahim and Sara from his first marriage.

Little did they know that they would soon need more room, as their new bundle of joy Taimur is now claiming space of his own in the Kareena-Saif accommodation.

Says a close friend of the much-loved couple, “It’s a real pity that Kareena and Saif have to move so soon after they settled into their dream house. The home they built took four years to complete. Kareena and Saif personally supervised every brick in the residence. They supervised, built and constructed the whole custom-made residence. It had individual rooms for everyone, including Ebrahim and Sara whenever they wanted to spend time with their dad, and for Saif’s mom Sharmila whenever she visited them from Delhi. (Kareena’s mom Babita lives a stone’s throw away from Saif and Kareena). But now, with Taimur’s arrival, they need a bigger place. Not just a room for himself to toddle around in a few months.”

Apparently Saif and Kareena have already zeroed in on a few potential properties and will purchase a new home shortly.

Saif Ali Khan’s Kids Change Taimur’s diapers

Posted in Video with tags , , , , , on May 2, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

With daughter Sara Ali Khan ready for Bollywood, Saif Ali Khan talks about son Ibrahim Ali Khan now!

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , on February 28, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan must be a proud father. While he’s still busy finishing a few projects in hand, daughter Sara Ali Khan is all set to take her first step in Bollywood.

Sara’s debuting with Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions and contrary to reports, Saif is super kicked about the development. He told Spotboye,” I read a lot of rubbish in the past few days. I have myself spoken with Karan and I am happy that she is debuting in his film. He is brilliant with newcomers and I like him. He will groom her. He will give her the right clothes, the right look and the right role. So why wouldn’t I be happy?”

But when Sara is soon going to become a Bollywood heroine, son Ibrahim Ali Khan is finishing his studies. Will he be an actor too? Saif answered, “I don’t know. He could be a cricketer or a player in any sport. Everyone seeing the film industry wants to become an actor. It’s the allure. But you need to be lucky and gifted. It’s early days yet, let him complete his school and college first… then we shall see.”

Education Is A Good Back-Up For Actors: Saif Ali Khan

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , on January 22, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan who has come out in support of his kids who want to join the entertainment industry provided they are educated too. Seems like, the future of the B-Town is in the hands of both talented and well-read actors.

In an interview, Saif opened up about her daughter’s debut in Bollywood as there are reports everywhere that the star kid might be paired opposite Hrithik Roshan for Dharma Productions untitled next. He said, “Who’s to blame, it’s in her genes. Cinema has changed since and she’s also realised there’s a lot of angst in the profession, especially if you have not quite arrived yet. I worry about that, but what can I do? If she discusses her profession with me, she will get an opinion, but the decision is hers to make. Karan is good with newcomers and according to me, he is the perfect person for her”.

He also said that his elder son, Ibrahim, also wants to become an actor. He added, “Yes, both my kids want to work in films, it’s one of the best jobs in India. I just don’t want them to be disappointed which is why education is a good back-up”.

Saif Ali Khan recently became a father of a son, Taimur Ali Khan, with second wife Kareena Kapoor Khan.

“Being an actor is individuality” : Saif Ali Khan

Posted in Interview with tags , , , , , , on January 14, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

It has been almost 25 years since he started his career (with Parampara; 1992). And in all these years, Saif Ali Khan has witnessed a number of actors come and go. Probably, that’s why he has an interesting take on ‘competition’. “We are all different personalities, so rather than competing to be the same, we should compete with ourselves to be different from other people,” he says. Admitting that competition does exist, Saif feels one should be the “most interesting version of oneself, the fittest and best person that you can be on-screen.” “More than being competitors, others should remind you to work harder as they could be looking better or acting better than you, so it should push you [to do even better],” he says.

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Admitting that competition does exist, Saif feels one should be the “most interesting version of oneself, the fittest and best person that you can be on-screen.” More than being competitors, other should remind you to work harder as they could be looking better or acting better than you, so it should push you [to do even better],” he says.

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Saif Ali Khan reminisces daughter Sara Ali Khan’s graduation day

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , , on January 14, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

My father never pressured me to play cricket: Saif Ali Khan on his father

In his 25-year career, post debuting with Parampara, Saif Ali Khan has a different take on competition. He recently told a tabloid, “More than being competitors, others should remind you to work harder as they could be looking better or acting better than you, so it should push you (to do even better).” Apart from talent, he feels an actor is made by the “choices he makes, the cinema he is promoting and all that he stands for.”

As his daughter Sara Ali Khan readies for her Bollywood debut, Saif reminisces, “I remember when I went for Sara’s graduation at Columbia University in New York, USA. There were so many parents who were proud, and you could see that they wanted this. They were like, ‘My daughter or son should do this and that.’ Parents can be pushy, and they can want to live their dreams — after their own failures — through their children. That’s dangerous; I don’t like it. My father never pressured me to play cricket,” he told the tabloid.

Saif said he felt the same was true for his son, Ibrahim. “As long as he is happy, he can do whatever he wants. It’s good to have a job and have something to talk about in your life. You can become a teacher also.”

Saif Ali Khan’s son follows in grandad Pataudi’s footsteps at memorial match in Delhi

Posted in General with tags , , , , , , on January 9, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

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While Saif Ali Khan’s newest born is making headlines with his history-inspired name, the actor’s older son is quietly making his presence count on a different pitch. Ibrahim Ali Khan got on the field on his grandfather Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi’s birthday at the Tiger Memorial Cricket Match held in Modern School, Barakhamba Road. While Saif and Kareena were unable to make it to the match this year after the birth of Taimur, aunt Soha, her husband Kunal Kemmu and grandmom Sharmila Tagore turned up to cheer for the 15-year-old.

The match was between Oxbridge XI and Public Schools XI. Soha said, “We hope to have enough players to have a Pataudi XI instead of Oxbridge XI next year. It’s a memorial match we plan to host every year on Abba’s birthday (January 5). This year would have been his 76th birthday. We celebrate his birthday with a cricket match not only because he devoted so much of his life to the sport, but because his life reflected the lessons cricket teaches you – teamwork, sportsmanship and most of all, that no matter what obstacles and challenges life throws at you, you must bounce back like a cricket ball. This match was special because Ibrahim played.”