Woah this little munchkin of Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan is one of the most luckiest baby in the world.
Now when it comes to children’s day, most of us would generally get a cycle, a toy or a new dress. But this chote nawab got to celebrate children’s day in a complete different manner. He has got the most expensive gift on the earth. Guess what he gets from his daddy Saif Ali Khan on children day. A gift that is worth of 1.30 crores. Yes you have read it right.
Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor gifts their little munchkin a brand new jeep, with a baby seat as his first children’s day gift. This is true and we are not kidding.
Saif Ali Khan soon after buying the brand new jeep for his little one, comes forward and shares the news with media. He says, “There is a baby seat at the back of the car and will be taking Taimur for a ride in it. He will be getting his first ride for sure.”
Taimur is no doubt Bollywood little Prince charming, that when he has his first ride with his daddy Saif Ali Khan it will turn out to be the best feeling one could actually have. Speaking about this gift on children day and considering it to be his first ever gift, Saif further said that I think I will give him this car. And as security is something that is really very important the car does have a baby seat for him behind. I am really very excited. I am sure he will like the gift, the colour a different this is why I choosed it for him. I was too born as superstar parents anyways never mind.
You can have a look at the video right here
Taimur is the first kid to Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor. He was born on the 20th December 2016. Saif has two children from his first wife Amrita Singh son Ibrahim, 16 and daughter Sara, 24. His daughter Sara is all set to make her first debut film with Abhishek Kapoor Kedarnath, opposite Sushant Singh Rajput. Of how he plans to make Children’s Day celebration special for his kids, Saif said: “I think every day is Children’s Day. No one day is special. Children are the important things in our lives.”