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It was right a year ago only at this time when we were warned about an epidemic hitting the world. Despite being careful and taking all the necessary precautions, we were badly affected by the deadly Coronavirus. Now, faint murmurs of a second wave of the same hitting anytime soon can be heard from all around. And people are even more careful this time. As per the reports pouring in, after many Bollywood stars took a short sabbatical after contracting the virus, the Government might put a ban on the shootings once again. Scroll down to know more! (Recommended Read: Taimur Ali Khan's Reaction On Becoming A Big Brother Is Everything, 'Nanu', Randhir Kapoor Reveals)
Among these uncertain times, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan had brought a smile to everyone's face by announcing their second baby's birth. Kareena Kapoor Khan had given birth to a baby boy on February 21, 2021. We had spotted Taimur, Saif, Karisma, Randhir ji and Babita ji outside the hospital as they had gone to meet the newborn baby and mommy, Kareena.
As per reports in SpotboyE, Saif Ali Khan feels it is very unsafe to shoot and complete his upcoming movie, Bunty Aur Babli during the times of COVID-19. The reason the actor has taken paternity leave is to protect his baby from infection. Also, according to SpotboyE, a source from the Government informs, "It is now felt that the decision to re-open cinemas and resume shooting was premature. We should have waited until next year when the COVID situation would be clearer. Shooting at the moment is not safe."
On the other hand, the whole Kapoor-Pataudi clan is elated with joy after Saif and Kareena' second baby's arrival. In an interview with the Times Of India, Taimur Ali Khan's nanu, Randhir Kapoor had revealed his reaction to becoming a big brother, and had said, "Oh! He's delighted. He is very happy about having a little brother. In fact, even Saif is excited. He is very happy, so is my daughter, and I just bless them all from the core of my heart." Talking about his feelings on becoming a grandfather once again, Randhir ji had said, "Both Kareena and the baby are doing well. I have not seen my grandson yet but I have spoken to Kareena and she's told me she's alright, and the baby is healthy, too. I am very happy, in fact, over the moon to become a grandfather again. I am eager to see the little one. I am already praying for his well-being.” (Also Read: Alia Bhatt Is Excited To Meet Taimur Ali Khan's Newborn Baby Brother, Congratulates Kareena And Saif)
In an interview with ETimes, Randhir Kapoor was asked who Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan’s newborn son resembles more, his amma or abba. The elated grandfather had answered, "Mujhe toh saare bachche ek jaise lagte hain." When prodded further, the veteran actor had continued, "Well, they were all saying there that he looks like his elder brother Taimur." Revealing if Taimur Ali Khan danced on the arrival of his younger sibling, Randhir ji had added, "He's too young to do so much." He had also revealed that Kareena had a C-section delivery.
Karisma Kapoor had become maasi for the second time, couldn’t control her excitement. She posted a throwback picture when her sister, Kareena was a newborn, and had captioned her post as “That’s my sis when she was a new born and now she’s a mama once again!! And I’m a masi again so excited #goodwishes #congratulations #onlylove.” Kareena Kapoor Khan's cousin, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni had also posted a picture of the girl gang from her 40th birthday celebrations and had captioned it as “Congratulations Bebo and Saif #itsaboy @kareenakapoorkhan.” (Don't Miss: Aayush Sharma Shares Glimpses Of His Happy Sunday With Son, Ahil Sharma, It Is Pure Father-Son Goals)
Well, what do you think about Saif Ali Khan's decision?