Saba affirms Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali khan are ‘allowed to decide the name and how Jeh will grow’

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Sometimes it feels, actor Saif Ali Khan’s sister and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s sister-in-law, Saba Ali Khan has made her Instagram account an archive folder where she keeps saving more like sharing some rare, unseen and precious throwback pictures of her family members. However, the photos that often sent the internet into a tizzy are childhood pictures of Sara Ali Khan, Ibrahim Ali Khan, Taimur Ali Khan, Inaaya Kemmu and now Jeh aka Jehangir Ali Khan. Apart from that, she also shares her views and hits back at the trolls who try to defy her family. 

Speaking of which, Saba recently took to her Instagram account and dropped a picture of Kareena and Jeh while clearly stating that only parents are allowed to decide how child will grow and the name as no one apart from their family has a say to this. For the unversed, Bebo’s second child Jeh’s name was also criticised by netizens just like Taimur’s. Well, directing to the same, Saba mentioned that parents have the right and everyone has to respect that, forever.

She wrote on Instagram, “Momma n Jaan Jeh. When a MOTHER carries her child within her and gives him or her LIFE.. ONLY she and the father ….are ALLOWED to decide.. who how and what the child will grow as….  And The NAME. No one …NO ONE.. else , including other family members, who may gladly suggest, have a say. On anything! It’s her soul that has nurtured that Baby. PARENTS are the only one with RIGHTS.  Think it’s a reminder for EVERYONE to respect that. Today … tomorrow. Forever!!!! Love you Bhabs n Baby Jeh. Kiss from buajaan too!”

 

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Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan once again embraced parenthood in February by welcoming Jeh. Bebo even released her own pregnancy bible where she penned both her pregnancy phases.

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