What Saif doing with Taimur in lockdown ?

Kareena first shared Saif Ali Khan's picture. In which Saif is seen painting on the wall. In the caption with this picture, Kareena wrote, 'When Saif told me that I have brought flowers for you.

What Saif doing with Taimur in lockdown ?
Saif reacts with Taimur in lockdown, painting on walls of the house, this is how Kareena reacts

The impact of the lockdown across the country is being seen in the film industry the most. All the stars of the film industry are locked at home these days. Moreover, social media has now become the second hangout of these celebs. Celebs keep posting something every day. Now recently, Kareena Kapoor Khan has told about the effect of lockdown on her husband and son.

 

 

Kareena has been very active on social media ever since Kareena Kapoor Khan has registered her arrival on the social networking site Instagram. Kareena often shares something on social media. So now in the midst of lockdown, Kareena is reaping the full benefits of this while staying at home. Kareena is sharing pictures of her husband and son. Kareena recently shared pictures of Saif and Taimur on social media. In which both father and son are seen painting.

Kareena first shared Saif Ali Khan's picture. In which Saif is seen painting on the wall. In the caption with this picture, Kareena wrote, 'When Saif told me that I have brought flowers for you. A different thought came to my mind. Quarantine gifts are like this. '

 

 

After this, Kareena has also shared a picture of son Taimur. In this picture, Timur is also seen painting like his father. Not only this, Timur not only spared the door as well as the wall and also painted colorful paintings on it. With this picture, Kareena wrote in the caption, 'No wall can stop your creativity.'

 

 

Along with this, Kareena has shared a picture of herself and told her reaction. Kareena has posted a selfie of her own in which her reaction is worth watching. With this picture, Kareena wrote in the caption, 'In the meantime I was surprised what was being made.'