This Article is From Jun 17, 2022

No Pics, Taimur Told Mom Kareena Kapoor. He's "Just Like His Father," Apparently

Kareena Kapoor's latest photo is about the "last visitor" at her workplace. Taimur, obviously.

No Pics, Taimur Told Mom Kareena Kapoor. He's 'Just Like His Father,' Apparently

Taimur poses just his father in Kareena's post (courtesy: Kareena)

New Delhi:

Every time Kareena Kapoor shares a picture of Taimur Ali Khan it becomes a blessed day. The little one has always been in the public eye since his birth and continues to remain in the spotlight at 5. On Thursday, Taimur was the "last visitor" at Kareena's workplace in Mumbai, where she is shooting for her upcoming OTT film. She took to her Instagram handle to share a picture with him. Taimur is seen laying on his mother's shoulder with a cap over his head. In the caption, Kareena said that her son doesn't like posing for pictures, "just like his father" Saif Ali Khan.

Sharing the post with Taimur, Kareena wrote, "Last day visitor on his vibe on...ready for the summer holidays...No pictures Amma...ufff just like his father...Last Day Ready for Summer 2022 Bro My TimTim...." And added hashtags about getting ready for the Summer and "My Tim Tim. "

Take a look at Kareena and Taimur's latest photo here:

Earlier this year, in April, the 41-year-old actress had posted a candid family portrait from Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt's wedding.

Sharing the mayhem that went behind clicking the photo, Kareena wrote, "This is what trying to get a family picture looks like...Saifu please smile for the picture...Tim take your finger out of your nose ya... Jeh baba look here... Me: Arrey koi photo lo yar...Click... And this is what I got best guys." It perfectly describes how Saif was coaxed to pose and smile.

Take a look at the photo below:

Meanwhile, Kareena's upcoming venture is her first OTT project with director Sujoy Ghosh. It is based on the popular Chinese thriller The Devotion of Suspect X. Kareena will be sharing screen space with Paatal Lok fame Jaideep Ahlawat and Vijay Varma.