Taimur Ali Khan was out with nanny in Bandra, Mumbai. Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan's son looked adorable in his red-white striped tee and khaki shorts. All pictures/Yogen Shah
Taimur Ali Khan is undoubtedly the most popular star kid on the Bollywood block. The little munchkin is always spotted by the paparazzi with his nanny. Not just the little Nawab but his nanny too has dedicated fan clubs on her possible name Savatri, with the user handle, taimurs_nanny.
While we have seen enough of her with Chhote Nawab, has one ever wondered how much does she gets paid to take care of Taimur Ali Khan? A recent report states that Taimur's nanny's per month salary is 1.5 lakhs. In terms of over-duty, she gets paid 1.75 lakhs, along with foreign tours with the kid and family.
A source further informed the portal saying, "Taimur's nanny draws a basic salary of Rs 1.5 lakh a month. It can go upto Rs 1.75 lakh depending on the extra hours she's spent at his home. There is an over-time fee for every extra hour spent with the child. Plus, she has a car at her disposal to take the child in and around Bandra."
In picture: Taimur Ali Khan with his nanny in Bandra
Taimur Ali Khan was born to Kareena Kapoor Khan and her actor husband Saif Ali Khan in December 2016. Taimur is nearing two, but this munchkin has taken the internet by storm ever since he was born.
While Taimur was out with his nanny, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu was spotted with parents Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu at their residence in Bandra.
Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu tied the knot in January 2015, and the duo was blessed with an adorable daughter Inaaya on September 29 2017.
In picture: Inaaya Naumi Kemmu with mother Soha Ali Khan
Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu's delicate darling, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu is another star kid that has taken the internet by a storm. The cutie-patootie is often seen taking a stroll in the vicinity with her nanny.
Taimur Ali Khan, Soha Ali Khan with Kunal Kemmu and daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu were spotted in Bandra, Mumbai. We have pictures
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