According to the latest reports, early in the morning itself, B town star Kareena birthed baby boy via c-section, Taimur is delighted.
It’s an exciting scoop of the day wherein the entire nation is so happy to know that Kareena birthed baby boy via c-section, Taimur is delighted.
Wherein the entire Nawab family is so thrilled post the arrival of their chote nawab, this is official news now that Kareena birthed baby boy via c-section, Taimur is delighted.
The power couple of Bollywood film industry, actress Kareena Kapoor and hubby Saif Ali Khan have recently welcomed their second child, which is a newborn son early in the morning at around 4:45 am in the Breach Candy Hospital as Kareena had been admitted to this South Mumbai’s hospital for delivery and according to news reports of a leading publication, her second baby was delivered via a c-section, Kareena’s father Randhir Kapoor is also excited on becoming a granddad yet again.
In his latest interview with a leading entertainment tabloid, Randhir 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”.
Taimur has been promoted to being an elder sibling where he equally thrilled to welcome his small brother into their new house. Speaking about this, Randhir Kapoor exclaimed, “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”.
Also before Kareena’s delivery date, in his interview with a leading fashion and entertainment magazine, Saif Ali Khan spilling beans on importance of taking a paternity leave had said, “Who wants to work when you have a newborn at home! If you don’t see your children growing up, you’re making a mistake. And I can take time off from work – it’s a privileged position. Rather than follow a 9 9 to 5 routine, I live like an actor. Your dharma and approach to everything are based on your career”.