Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan have not yet shown the face of their younger son to the fans but have finally named the child. Taimur’s younger brother’s name is Jeh. His maternal grandfather Randhir Kapoor has confirmed. Since this morning, reports were coming out about the name of Kareena and Saif’s younger son. Now this report has been stamped by Randhir Kapoor.
Randhir Kapoor has told about the name of Kareena’s younger son in a special conversation with Times of India. He said- Yes, the name of the younger son of Kareena and Saif is Jeh. This name has been finalized a week ago.
Controversy arose over Taimur’s name
Let us tell you that there was a lot of controversy over the name of Taimur, the elder son of Kareena and Saif. Kareena and Saif were trolled for Taimur’s name. To avoid controversy, both of them have kept the name of their younger son very thoughtfully.
Will keep younger son away from limelight
Kareena and Saif’s elder son Taimur has always been in limelight. Photos and videos of Taimur used to go viral on social media. Because of which this time Kareena-Saif had decided to keep their younger son away from the media. Kareena has shared photos of her son on social media but has not shown his face yet.
pregnancy book announcement
Kareena has announced her pregnancy book today. The name of this book of his is Bible. She has shared the experiences of both her pregnancies in this book. He has shared a video giving information about his book. Sharing this video, Kareena wrote – This is my journey in which I have shared the experiences of both my pregnancies. This book is my third child in many ways. It is very close to my heart. I have shared my physical and emotional experiences during my pregnancy in this.
Kareena gave birth to her second son on February 21. After the birth of the son, Saif Ali Khan had informed about this by sharing the statement.
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