Written byRanpreet Kaur
However, that might come to a grinding halt soon, as Kareena is planning to send him to a boarding school.
According to reports, both she and Saif are thinking of it, as they want to give Taimur "a normal life as much as we can."
Kareena made this revelation on The Love Laugh Live Show and said that she's concerned with media tracking Taimur's every move.
She also admitted that their stardom is taking a toll on the toddler, as he isn't able to live a normal life like other kids.
"The life we've in movies might push us to the point," Kareena said, while talking about Taimur's future.
"I can't have people trailing him around. It bothers me when people say, 'oh I look at Taimur's picture and it makes me happy'. It will be great if he can have a normal life, though we're trying as much as we can," she added.
Saif had earlier slammed the paparazzi for clicking Taimur's pictures outside their residence.
"No, not outside the house please, as we promised. No, enough, you're not supposed to do that," he told the media.
Saif also asserted that he doesn't want Taimur "to get used to the fact that he's getting clicked."
"Why is so much attention given to a kid?" he questioned.
If indeed he goes to a boarding school, Taimur won't be the first in his family to do so.
Kareena went to a boarding school, Welham Girls' School in Dehradun. And though she admitted to not being academically inclined, she had a great time there, the actress said in the interview.
Saif also went to a boarding school in England.
Talking about the professional front, Kareena is currently gearing up for the release of Akshay Kumar-starrer Good News on December 27.
Besides, she will be seen in Irrfan Khan's Angrezi Medium next year.
On the other hand, Saif is looking forward to the release of Laal Kaptaan, wherein he plays the role of a naga sadhu.
Laal Kaptaan will release on October 11.
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