Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan are currently busy pampering their one year old, Taimur Ali Khan, and all seems hunky dory with their world. However, they didn’t always have it so easy. The couple, who fell in love on the sets of Yash Raj Films’ Tashan, knew they had a bumpy ride ahead. Especially after Saif’s divorce from wife Amrita Singh and a love affair with Rosa Catalano. Saif had always been vocal about his opinions and didn’t believe in beating around the bush. He’s quite outspoken and never hesitated to speak his mind, even if it involved hurting someone. Probably, that’s one of the reasons why his interviews are such a delight to watch. He is witty and honest to the core. In one of his earlier interviews, when Saif Ali Khan was questioned about his divorce with Amrita Singh, his answer was at best, controversial. Before marrying Kareena Kapoor Khan, the Kaalakaandi actor interacted with a magazine and his answers are worth a read… Also Read: This picture of Taimur Ali Khan playing with Saif is too cute for words – view pic
While many wonder what exactly went wrong in Saif Ali Khan’s 13-year long marriage with Amrita Singh, he has an answer to it. When the actor was asked if he will prefer marrying a younger woman, his reply was a bit shocking and there was so much to read between the lines there. He said, “Yeah, I definitely recommend it. It’s also nice to be married to someone who’s fun, beautiful and non-judgemental. All three things.” If you think the answer was shocking enough, we might have something that will outdo the previous one. When asked about his take on an ideal wife and he responded, “It’s better to have a hot and sexy wife. Never have room for regret and never say, ‘Oh, I wish I was married to a beautiful girl.’” Now, that was quite blunt, no? Also Read: Taimur’s behaviour gets daddy Saif Ali Khan WORRIED – find out why
Saif Ali Khan’s candid confessions about his divorce didn’t end there. There were many other shocking revelations made by the actor that compelled us to see a different side of him. Recalling his old days, in one of his earlier interviews with The Telegraph in 2005, he said, “It isn’t nice to be constantly reminded of how worthless you are and to have taunts, jeers, insults and abuses thrown at your mother and sister all the time. I’ve gone through all of it.” Obviously, we all know who was he targeting here. However that’s a thing of the past and the actor is very happy in his own space today.