Here’s What Saif Has To Say About The Gorgeous Ibrahim Ali Khan
Ibrahim Ali Khan, the scion of the Pataudi family, has been blessed with ridiculously good looks – and a jawline that could cut you in half. Now, actor Saif Ali Khan has said that he wants his son to stay off social media if he ever aspires to become an actor one day. Khan is aware of Ibrahim’s social media presence, especially on the now-banned app, TikTok.
Khan is also not unaware of his son’s good looks and said that Ibrahim Ali Khan was “a good-looking kid”. However, despite his good looks, Khan wants his 19-year-old son to stay off social media so as to facilitate a smoother entry into the film industry. Ibrahim Ali Khan is the second child of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh, with Sara Ali Khan being his elder sister.
“Like Hrithik Roshan, he should just explode on the screen. There will be comparisons with me, he can’t avoid that, but he’s still growing, developing his own personality, so it’s best to be seen less for now,” Khan told Mumbai Mirror in an interview.
The actor also has a child with the iconic Kareena Kapoor Khan. You must have heard of him – Taimur Ali Khan. Now, the two are expecting their second baby. “The more the merrier,” Khan quipped on being asked about it.
In related news, Khan has revealed that he is in the final stages of signing a Netflix film which will mark his return to the streaming platform post-Sacred Games.
“I recently heard a wonderful script for a Netflix movie. I absolutely loved the script, the idea, and the director. We are trying to sort out the dates before we lock. We are almost there,” he told PTI.
The 50-year-old actor has just finished shooting his sequences for Bunty Aur Babli 2 co-starring Rani Mukerji. The “rebooted sequel” will also feature actors Siddhant Chaturvedi and Sharvari.
Khan also has Bhoot Police coming up where he’ll be seen besides actors Arjun Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, and Yami Gautam. Following this, the actor will also star in the multilingual period saga Adipurush – an onscreen adaptation of the Indian epic Ramayana.