Taimur in nappy advertisement? This is Kareena Kapoor's take

New Delhi, Oct 30: What will be your reaction if you see Taimur Ali Khan in nappy's advertisement? The star kids of Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan has earned so much of popularity that even the brand of the nappy will also get instant popularity. Taimur is already very popular on social media and does not need any more introduction. 

Recently, Saif Ali Khan planned something hilarious to pay for his Switzerland trips. In a promotional interview for Baazaar with RJ and show host Siddharth Kannan, Saif revealed about his son Taimur's surging popularity and divulged his producers frequently request him to include Taimur in promotional duties, which he reportedly doesn't mind at all. However, the only glitch is his wife Kareena Kapoor, who says: 'Don't be so cheap', revealed Saif Ali Khan. "My wife says 'Don't be so cheap, you can't sell your son', and I'm like why not? Let's sell him! I'm using this platform to say if anybody has any good nappy ads or anything at a very reasonable price - it's quite expensive actually. And I won't give him the money also, I'll give him some cash for his education... it's not really giving it to him. I'll spend the rest on holidays in Switzerland," Saif Ali Khan jokingly said during the interview.

According to a report in NDTV, even the makers of Baazaar also apparently wanted to add a white streak in Taimur's hair in parity with Saif's look in the film: "Every producer that I'm working with have half-jokingly said: 'Can we put Taimur?' - with white streak in his hair; In Kaalakaandi, they wanted to put hairbands, in Hunter they wanted to put a naga sadhu wig on this poor guy."Kareena Kapoor, who does not approve of nappy ads featuring Taimur, had earlier said in an interview: "Akshay (actor Akshay Kumar), Taimur is a threat to you, I am telling you." Speaking to mid-day earlier, the actress had said the paparazzi's obsession with Taimur makes her "paranoid": "So much attention on him is scary. The more I think of it, the more I want to put a kaala teeka on him. I don't want him to leave the house. But that's me going overboard. I control my feelings only so that my son can grow up like a regular kid. He deserves to have that chance sans any pressure."