Saif Ali Khan talks about how he has evolved as a father


Saif Ali Khan is back in the game and how! The star will soon be see in Jawaani Jaaneman, which focuses on the life of a carefree middle-aged male, who alters when his child, who is uninformed about, comes knocking at his door.

Not simply in reel life, the star is a father in reality too. He is father to Sara Ali Khan, Ibrahim Khan and little Taimur. The star in an interview today spoke about his function as a father and exposed that how he’s more patient now as a father to Taimur, compared to what he was with Sara and Ibrahim. At that time he was focusing on films and his focus was on his profession. Right now he’s stabilizing it.


He stated, “The difference, I suppose, is that I’m a little more patient now, whereas when Sara and Ibrahim were young, I was busy trying to build my career. And since I didn’t really know what I wanted, I was a bit selfish when it came to giving them time. I’m still a bit selfish with my time, but I’m much more patient than I was.When we’re in London, we go to my friend Salim’s house. Everyone’s around, including the kids, and I can just sit and watch them run around. I sometimes call Taimur Ibrahim or Sara; love is a funny thing with your children because, on one hand you can’t differentiate between them and on the other, you can’t replace one with the other.”

While Saif is busy with the final round of promos together with debutante Alaya F and Tabu for Jawaani Jaaneman, child Sara Ali Khan too is preparing for her Valentine’s Day release, Love Aaj Kal with Kartik Aaryan.

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