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Bollywood power couple Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan took time off from their parental duties and attended a music festival in Mumbai. Saif and Bebo were joined by Amrita Arora Ladak who shared pictures on Instagram.

The BFF trio attended the gig held at Mehboob studio in Bandra.

 

Meanwhile, a new photo of Saif and Kareena's baby boy Taimur has gone viral on social media.

 

Here are other pictures of Taimur that have gone viral:

Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan's decision to name their son Taimur sparked a row on social media and the actress earlier said her only advice to her kid would be to be humble and ignore everything else that happens around him.

The 36-year-old actress and Saif welcomed their first child together on December 20 last year.

Many social media users targeted the celebrity couple for naming their son after a 14th century Mongol invader.

Taimur is Kareena's first child, while Saif already has daughter Sara and Ibrahim with his former wife Amrita Singh. The 36-year-old actress says her husband Saif is a hands-on father and both she and the actor are growing as parents with every passing day.

While most women shy away from cameras during pregnancy, Kareena was one star who posed for shutterbugs all throughout the nine months and impressed with her stylish maternity wardrobe. She even stepped out for a dinner date with her husband just a week after giving birth and recently walked the ramp at the Lakme Fashion Week. The actress says it was nothing unusual for her as she does not believe that pregnant women or new mothers should stay indoors.

On the work front, the actress will resume the shooting of 'Veere Di Wedding' in the next few months and has already started working on her fitness. The film which also stars Sonam Kapoor and Swara Bhaskar will be directed by Shashanka Ghosh.

Kareena says post-motherhood, there will be no change in the kind of films she does and will always prefer to have a mixed bag of projects.