Fans compare actor Saif Ali Khan’s childhood picture with son Taimur. Read the chatter!

Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan has a huge fan following. His acting and charming personality have successfully wooed the audience over the past several years. The Nawab of Pataudi has often been in the news for his personal life. He first got married to actor Amrita Singh and had two children, Sara Ali Khan (daughter) and Ibrahim Ali Khan (son). He later got married to actor Kareena Kapoor and has two children, Taimur and Jehangir, both sons.

Taimur has always been the favourite of the media as the paparazzi never ceases to click his pictures whenever the little munchkin steps out of the house with his parents. The interesting part is that Taimur has more paparazzi following him all the time than any other regular Bollywood superstar.

Social media is abuzz with Taimur’s pictures, and netizens seem to be quite in love with this young scion of Pataudi.

Recently, a childhood picture of the Saif Ali Khan has gone viral on social media. In this picture, the little boy Saif is smiling, and he looks adorable. Fans of the actor are all gushing about the striking resemblance between him in his childhood and his son Taimur.

Saif’s Personal and Professional Life

Saif Ali Khan is the son of the late Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi (cricketer) and Sharmila Tagore (Bollywood actor). The actor has wooed his fans with his versatile acting and awesome work in films like Omkara, Cocktail, Bunty Aur Babli 2, Race, Love Aaj Kal, Tanhaji – The Unsung Warrior, etc.

Recently, in a talk show called Koffee With Karan Season 7, actor Kareena Kapoor revealed that Saif is a doting father to his children. She also mentioned that Saif shares a very good equation with all his children.

Actor Saif Ali Khan will be seen next in his upcoming film Adipurush, along with the superstar Prabhas. The movie is based on the epic Indian mythology, Ramayana.

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