“Everyone I speak to, everybody around thinks that all the kids want to join films and they do. Most of our kids want to do that which is a good thing, a great thing but I don’t know why I am a little concerned about that. I feel there should be other choices…somebody might want to say I want to become a doctor or a lawyer kind of stuff. Maybe I am sounding very old-fashioned but anyway, I am not interested in making his debut in Bollywood and neither is he (laughs). This is the way it happens…sometimes they see their parents, everybody in the family is an actor. So I don’t have an issue with anyone doing anything as long as they have a good job and are good people and are well brought up. But there must be so much pressure on my kid also. Like poor Taimur I think will have pressure, like I had to be a cricketer or something. What if he is not interested? Anyway, there’s a lot of good wishes for the kid and I would like to thank everyone for that,” elaborated Saif.
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