Revealed! Chote Nawab Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi has the CUTEST nickname!
In keeping with the tradition, Chote Nawab Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi also has a sweet nickname. However, Taimur's name is much swankier and cooler than his mum Kareena and Mausi Karisma.
The famous Kapoor Khaandaan is known for its popular nicknames, besides all the talented actors. And in keeping with the tradition, Chote Nawab Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi also has a sweet nickname.
However, Taimur’s name is much swankier and cooler than his mum Kareena and Mausi Karisma. Yes, that’s right!
The whole world knows that the Kapoor sisters Kareena and Karisma have Bebo and Lolo as their nicknames. Their father Randhir Kapoor is called Daboo at home while uncle Rishi Kapoor is known as Chintoo. However, Taimur has a swankier name then all of them.
Speaking to famous film journalists Rajeev Masand and Anupama Chopra, Saif revealed Taimur’s nickname. The actor said that Chote Nawab Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi is known as Tim in the family.
Saif also spoke about how they want Taimur to deal with all the stardom that he has achieved at such a young age.
“You have to sit him down, the minute he can understand it. We would start with calling the people at home and not yelling. It has to be manners, it’ll be ‘Please, Thank You, Aadaab’. Discipline from a young age. At least we know these things. These Bombay kids are out of control. He’ll be very well behaved. And honestly, if he does his ‘namaste’ right, he’ll score points. Have you seen Sara’s aadaab when she was younger? This is it. This is what we need, a nice aadaab from Tim. Tim by the way,” he said.
Saif also said Taimur has a bit of everyone in him and that Taimur is a “genetic treasure trove”.
“He is a blue-eyed boy… a genetic treasure trove, he is. He has got a bit of Rabindranath Tagore, he is a bit of Raj Kapoor, a bit of Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, a little bit of Bhopal. It’s beyond me. He’s gone. Let’s see what happens,” he added.
However, when it comes to their parenting styles Saif and Kareena are quite the opposite.
“Saif is quite English in his approach. I’m quite the Punjabi — I’m always cuddling my son. Saif has to tell me off for squeezing him till he can barely breathe! But he’s only one and I want to enjoy this as much as I can. It’s important for us to create a happy atmosphere in which Taimur can thrive,” Kareena said in a recent interview.
We agree with Kareena cuddling can actually have lifelong benefits for your baby, say studies. It’s proven that an increased and early skin-to-skin contact leads to improved neurodevelopment, higher IQ, and lower rates of aggression in babies.