“It was great fun, the entire process, especially the making!” Saif joked when he was congratulated.
Asked how fatherhood has changed him, the 50-year-old actor told IANS, “I think there is a certain amount of more patience and stability in life. I was more impatient earlier, and a little more concerned with what I’m doing and where I’m going, and (it was) unsettling generally. (I was) trying like most people to balance, trying to be stable for children at the same time, the instability of your career,” he added.
Saif further added, “But now, I think I am more settled. I’m in a position to just enjoy having family around and having children around. It’s a good phase.”
Saif and Kareena, who are fondly called Saifeena by their fans, got married in 2012. They also share a son, Taimur Ali Khan. Saif also has a son Ibrahim Ali Khan and daughter Sara Ali Khan from his first marriage with actress Amrita Singh.
It is not just his personal life that seeing new beginnings. There has been redefinition on the professional front, too. His career found a new boost when he ventured into digital space, and wowed audiences with ‘Sacred Games’. He was also seen in the controversial web show, ‘Tandav’.
Opening up about the changing tone of entertainment space, he said, “Everything is in kind of flux (right now). The world is changing in many ways. We don’t even know how it’s going to change? But there is a lot of uncertainty.”
Saif will next be seen essaying a dark character in Om Raut’s ambitious ‘Adipurush’, which stars Prabhas. He has described the role as electrifying and demonic. He will also be seen in the horror-comedy ‘Bhoot Police’, which also stars Arjun Kapoor, Yami Gautam, and Jacqueline Fernandez.