‘We will work harder to instil the right values in Taimur Ali Khan’

Saif Ali Khan is all set to make his web debut this year, besides his next movie, Bazaar. The actor told a leading daily that he wants to focus and work even harder. ‘’I am also concerned that some of my films haven’t done well in the past. But I have received good reviews. But I know, some things in your control, and some aren’t,’’ he said.

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‘’I am not trying to be clever. But I don’t think I am particularly a massy guy. So the right producer can guide me through and make me a bit massy. But I’d rather do a film I relate to. I 

am not particularly niche either. All I am saying is I am not just an arty actor, who can’t be charming on screen. Otherwise, my life is decently set up, between family and work,’’, he added.

When asked if it bothers him when his youngest son Taimur is often clicked by the paparazzi, Saif replied, ‘’It would be so interesting to grow up as a normal person, without so much attention. But this is how it is. We will work harder to instil the right values in him. Politeness is important and you can’t take it for granted,’’ Saif said.

He further said that most children growing up in Mumbai want to be Bollywood actors. ‘’It’s just the lifestyle it offers. My gift to all my kids would be to send them to a boarding school, to learn some good values, and then choose where they want to be in life. Sara could have it another way, but she’s here (at the movies). Ibrahim is in school in England. Maybe he also wants to act. Everyone wants to be a star. But Sara always wanted to ‘act’. She decided that she didn’t want to be in candyfloss movies as she doesn’t believe in them. Now whether it’s right or wrong, it’s her opinion. She won’t blame any of us,’’ Saif said.

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