Saif Ali Khan Clashed With Media Regarding Son Jeh, See What Kareena Kapoor Khan Did

Geeta Kumar
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Saif Ali Khan behaves very well with the media. He respects them a lot, but sometimes, he also gets angry at them. Yesterday, there was a football match with his younger son Jeh, which Saif and Kareena also came to watch. However, something also happened then, so Saif got very angry. Not only this, he also conducted a class for the media photographers present there.

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What happens is that when Saif leaves for home with Jeh after the football match is over, he looks at the media photographers and says that the children are playing and you are clicking photos. You have made a football match a film event. He said this is the child’s private time, and you should respect it. The photographers then said sorry to them and turned off the camera. However, when Kareena comes back, she smiles at everyone.

 

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Saif is such a private person that he dislikes being in the limelight or on social media. Saif rarely comes in front of paparazzi at social events or parties. Although Kareena likes all this, she also shares photos of herself and her family on social media.

Professional Life

Talking about Saif’s professional life, he was last seen in Adipurush. He played the role of Ravana in the film. However, the film, its characters and dialogues had to face a lot of trolling. Since then, Saif has not signed any Bollywood films. However, now he can be seen in a Telugu film.

Kareena was seen in the last film Jaane Jaan. Kareena made her OTT debut through this film. The film received mixed responses. Kareena will be seen in many movies like Singham Again and The Crew.

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