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There’s something about mothers we will never be able to understand, the way they nourish their child is simply exceptional. Even before the birth of their child, they face a lot of problems and do a lot of sacrifices. Nevertheless, we never witness a single line of stress on their forehead, and instead of that they never forget to do everything in their power to make their baby safe and healthy. However, no matter whether their child had turned into a teenager or a father, they always take care of them like a small baby. (Recommended Read: Ruslaan Mumtaz's Wife, Nirali Mehta Shares Picture With Baby, Rayaan During Their Self-Quarantine)
But there is something special about the Indian mothers that makes them extremely lovely in their way. They’re sweet, innocent, and always treat their children like they used to treat them when they were babies. That is the reason why thinking about losing them is extremely scary. Well, to understand it better, let’s bring the recent revelation by Bollywood star, Saif Ali Khan into the frame. Recently, the actor revealed how his doting mother, Sharmila Tagore scared him with her reply when he asked her to take care of herself.
In an interview with the Mumbai Mirror, the Jawaani Jaaneman actor had revealed her mother, Sharmila Tagore’s reply, when he asked her to take care of herself during the on-going coronavirus pandemic. The actor revealed, “I do worry about my mother but she is suddenly sounding extremely wise, saying she has had a full life and has no regrets. It's scary listening to such stuff.” Indeed it’s an extremely worrying statement for any child to hear from their mother. Saif also revealed how he’s managing to get in touch with his sister, Soha Ali Khan. He added, “She believes we knew about this happening well in advance and kept the news from her. I'm also not getting to see my other sister Soha these days but we call each other, often. When on the voyage, you do cut off from everything and everyone.” (Don’t Miss: Saif Ali Khan's Daily Workout Includes Coaxing Wife, Kareena Kapoor Khan, And Chasing Son, Taimur)
Going further in the same interview, when Saif was asked about his self-quarantine routine, the actor revealed that he’s doing the things he had never done before. From gardening with his little son, Taimur Ali Khan, reading his favourite books, watching some movies, and trying his hand with some delicacies in the kitchen. No wonder, the time is tough, but we are also blessed to have our families with us and all we have to do is be with them locked inside our homes.
On March 22, 2020, Bebo had taken to her Instagram handle and had shared how her 'boys', Saif and Taimur had spent their Sunday in saving the world. She had posted two pictures of them, and along with it, she had written how her boys did their bit and called out people to make the world a better place. In the pictures, we could see Taimur helping his father, Saif in planting. The duo had looked adorable while wearing matching white kurta-pyjama.
Talking about Kareena and Saif's love story, in an interview with Pinkvilla, Kareena had revealed an interesting detail about her proposal story with Saif. She had shared that Saif had proposed to her thrice, but every time she said she don't know. In Kareena's own words, "He did tell me that ‘I think we should get married’. He told me that in Greece and he told me that in Ladakh as well. And at that time I was like ‘I don’t know because I don’t know you’. So it was not a ‘no’ but it was more like an ‘I want to know you better.'" Kareena had further called it the best decision of her life. (Also Read: Ankita Lokhande Is Missing Her Boyfriend, Vicky Jain Amidst Lockdown, Shares Unseen Pictures)
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Born with a silver spoon, Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi was a pioneering figure in India's rich cricketing heritage. Just like his father, Iftikhar Ali Khan, MAK had impressed the cricket fans with his strokes and moves which not many would have imagined on-field on those days. As of November 2015,Read More