Taimur hasn't got anything to say about Sacred Games, jokes Saif Ali Khan
Saif Ali Khan, who is often questioned about his youngest son Taimur Ali Khan, joked about him giving an opinion on his recently released web series, Sacred Games
Saif Ali Khan is garnering rave reviews for his performance in the recenty released Indian web series, Sacred Games on Netflix. But the actor, whenever sits for an interaction about his project, ends up being asked about his youngest son, Taimur Ali Khan. Saif Ali Khan has often spoken about it and has also said that he is bored of answering questions about Taimur and actress-wife Kareena Kapoor. The toddler is a social media sensation and enjoys massive popularity, so much so that he has dedicated fanclubs on Instagram running by his name.
In an interaction with Bollywoodlife, when Saif Ali Khan was asked whether his family has watched Sacred Games, and what is their reaction, the actor gave a hilarious reply. In jest, Saif said, "My most recent kid (Taimur Ali Khan) can't actually speak so he hasn't got anything to say about it." About others, he said, "My other kids have not mentioned it, I don't know why." However, he quickly added, "Yes, Ibrahim loved it. I think Sara is too busy shooting."
Sara Ali Khan is currently shooting for a Rohit Shetty fim, titled Simmba alongside Ranveer Singh. She has already completed work on Kedarnath with Sushant Singh Rajput.
Coming back to Vikramaditya Motwane's Sacred Games, Saif Ali Khan plays the role of a Sardar cop named Sartaj Singh, who cracks a case thrown at him by gangster Ganesh Gaitonde, essayed by Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
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