Is Taimur's nanny's salary higher than bureaucrats?
Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi is one of the most popular kids in the country, and there's no denying this.
He has been an obsession for fans and social media, everything concerning him makes it to the headlines.
Interestingly, his nanny also grabbed headlines after reports of her remuneration started doing the rounds.
It was reported that she earns more than the bureaucrats.
Taimur's nanny's salary will leave you stunned!
Taimur's nanny earns Rs. 1.5L/month, extra for overtime
According to media reports, Taimur's nanny gets a whopping amount of Rs. 1.5 lakh per month, along with several perks.
"Taimur's nanny draws a basic salary of Rs. 1.5 lakh a month. It can go up to Rs. 1.75 lakh depending on the extra hours she's spent at his home. There is an overtime fee for every extra hour," a source had stated.
Kareena, amused by reports, clarifies on Arbaaz Khan's show
While reports about Taimur's nanny's remuneration created a lot of buzz, his mother Kareena Kapoor Khan is quite amused with the same.
During her recent appearance on Arbaaz Khan's chat show, she spoke at length about her son.
She also spoke the nanny's remuneration reports, when Arbaaz quizzed her, "Your nanny apparently draws a salary more than some people in the ministry do."
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That should be addressed by the ministry, replies Kareena
"Accha, really. How do they know? But that should be addressed by the ministry. There is no price for anything as long as your child is happy and safe. There is no price for that," Kareena diplomatically answered on the show.
Kareena to have a busy 2019, has two big projects
On the work front, Kareena currently has two big projects in her kitty.
The 3 Idiots actor is currently working on Akshay Kumar-starrer Good News, in which she will also be sharing screen space with Udta Punjab co-actor Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara Advani.
Besides, she will also be seen in Karan Johar's multi-starrer directorial Takht, which is expected to hit the floors by year-end.