Saif Ali Khan was perplexed when his mother, Sharmila Tagore, recently referred to him as a “spontaneous child.”
Saif Ali Khan is the eldest son of actor Sharmila Tagore and late cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. Sharmila once described her only son as “very spontaneous,” in contrast to her late husband. Saif was perplexed by his mother’s remark and responded in the most amusing way possible.
Saif Ali Khan was born in 1970, followed by two younger sisters, Saba Ali Khan (1976) and Soha Ali Khan (1977). (1978). Sharmila Tagore previously stated in an interview that Saif was a difficult child to manage and a rule-breaker.
In 2012, she told Firstpost about her initial reaction to seeing Saf: “I thought he was a lovely baby, and he was also a lovely boy, very cuddly. But he had a mind of his own right from the start. He was a difficult child. He violated every single rule of the game. That was a trait he carried with him. He presented a challenge. He was extremely bright and intelligent, and he became bored quickly. He was impulsive and spontaneous, and he could grasp a situation quickly. During his early years, I was extremely busy. From the age of one to six years, I worked double shifts and could barely get him to and from school.”
In a recent interview with Kusha Kapila, Saif was asked about Sharmila’s remark about him being a spontaneous child, to which he responded, “What does this imply? Does this imply that she had me on the spur of the moment? It’s almost like a blunder. She said I was an error?”
When asked about the most spontaneous thing he has done, Saif paused and replied, “There are some answers, I mean. I’m just trying to be cautious. I’m not sure.”
Saif will now play Vikram in Vikram Vedha, in which he plays a cop and Hrithik Roshan plays a gangster named Vedha. The film, directed by Pushkar–Gayathri, is a remake of a 2017 Tamil film of the same name and is set to be released on September 30. Saif will also appear as Lankesh in Om Raut’s Adipurush, which also stars Prabhas and Kriti Sanon.