Actress Kareena Kapoor gave a scene inside her house on Saturday evening and shared an unseen throwback photo of her husband-actor Saif Ali Khan and their eldest son Timur Ali Khan. On Instagram Stories, Kareena congratulated her friend Sajjit Mita.
In the picture, Saif Ali Khan and Timur stand with Sajjid in front of a wall decorated with picture frames of the late cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan. Son of Saif Mansoor and his wife-actor Sharmila Tagore. Picture frames include Mansour batting, his painting and a view of the Pataudi Palace.
Saif, in the photo, was seen wearing a black kurta and paired with white trousers. Timur smiled at the photo of him standing next to his father and chose the right pajamas for it. Sajid paired his black T-shirt with dark blue denim. Kareena shared the photo and posted, “Happy Birthday Sajid (Smile and Heart Emoji)”. She also tagged Sajid.
Picture taken when Kareena and Saif became guests at a party at their Mumbai home last month. Guests include Sajjid, Lavina Mita and Kareena’s sister actress Karishma Kapoor. On January 29, Kareena shared a photo of herself posing with her family and friends on Instagram stories.
Last month on Kareena’s best friend-actress Amrita Arora’s birthday, Kareena shared a post on Instagram. Sharing Amrita’s photo, Kareena wrote, “3.30 pm … Pebu – KP? Kya plan hiya? Amu – brother is going to sleep. Bebu – me too … one eye is already closed. Amu – wakes up and eats snacks. Baboo – me too. A friend who understands the power of afternoon sleep … a guardian. Happy birthday to my dear BFF … Here’s working together, wine, cheese, milk soup and ummmm virtual holidays (heart icon). “
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Meanwhile, fans will be watching Kareena next in the Lal Singh Satta which will be released on April 14 this year. The film stars Aamir Khan, Naga Chaitanya, Mona Singh among others. Lal Singh Satta is the official remake of the 1994 Hollywood film Forrest, starring Tom Hanks. The Hindi version is adapted by Atul Kulkarni and directed by Advait Chandan.