Taimur or no Taimur. Omar Abdullah's latest statement on Kareena-Saif's baby is making lot of sense

Omar Abdullah has the best response for those who are criticising Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan's decision of naming their son Taimur

Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s new born baby boy Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi has become an internet sensation in just a day of his birth. While some are congratulating the couple and blessing the child with lots of luck and happiness, others are busy criticising Saifeena’s decision of naming their child as Taimur.

Kareena gave birth to Taimur on Tuesday at Mumbai’s Breach Candy hospital and you will be surprised to know that the doctor who delivered Kareena 36 years ago was the same doctor who delivered Taimur.


Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan
(Courtesy: IANS)

The couple announced the name of their little bundle of joy in an official statement and the internet has gone crazy about their child’s name since then. People on social media started comparing Taimur’s name with Turkish invader Timur The Lame, who captured Delhi in 1398 and is accused of carrying out a genocide in which more than 10,000 people died. So, how dare the Bollywood couple chose this name for their son?

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Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor IANS photo for InUth.com

Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan (Courtesy: IANS)

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Also, pictures of Kareena Kapoor and son Taimur are going viral on the internet, but father Randhir Kapoor cleared that these images are fake and photoshopped. With all the news and opinions going around the web about the name of Saifeena’s son, former J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah took to twitter and congratulated the couple by saying that the opinion of others should not matter. He wrote:

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We would like to say that Taimur is really a nice name people and it means faulad i.e somebody made up of steel and represents strength. So, please stop making any irrelevant comparisons and wish the best for the child.