Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan with his son Taimur Ali Khan.
Bollywood stars are doing their bit to share the importance of spreading awareness regarding the deadly coronavirus.
Star couple Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan know the best how to keep their little kid Taimur entertained while abiding by Janata Curfew on Sunday, and staying indoors in the wake of coronavirus outbreak.
Kareena shared a few photographs on her Instagram account in which we can see Saif and Taimur planting saplings in their house's balcony.
Dressed in white kurta pyjama, the father-son are looking extremely adorable.
"My boys doing their bit," Kareena captioned the images.
The 'Jab We Met' actress even urged people to "make the world a better place" and "play their part".
"Stay Home...Stay Safe. #JanataCurfew," she added.
The 'chote nawab' meaning little king, as he is fondly called, little Taimur is seen wearing Punjabi jootis, a traditional Indian footwear with his casual T-shirt and shorts.
While mum and dad were busy at work, little Taimur, with some help from a crew member, aimed a blow-dryer at onlookers to put up a mock shootout gesture.
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