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#Showbiz: Fetching fee for nanny of Kareena Kapoor's son

New Straits Times logo New Straits Times 3/7/2020 Aref Omar
Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor standing next to a child: The nanny's handsome remuneration has been the talk of the town. – Pic from Instagram © Provided by New Straits Times The nanny's handsome remuneration has been the talk of the town. – Pic from Instagram

KUALA LUMPUR: It's not only successful Bollywood power couple Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan who are the envy of regular folk.

Even the nanny for their cute son Taimur Ali Khan, would make most people suffer from a touch of the green-eyed monster.

In a recent news report, Kareena talked about Savitri, the nanny of her photogenic 3-year-old toddler who is often seen in photos, together with the celebrity family.

Apparently, Savatri's handsome remuneration has been the talk of the town.

According to Times of India, sources said: "Taimur's nanny draws a basic salary of Indian rupee 150,000 (about RM8,600) a month. It can go up to Indian rupee 175,000 (about RM10,000) depending on the extra hours she spends at his home."

The sources added: "There is an over-time fee for every extra hour spent with the child. Plus, she has a car at her disposal to take the child in and around Bandra."

But the job is apparently no child's play as she has to accompany the toddler wherever he goes and keep mum about everything pertaining to the famous family.

Aside from that, Savitri, who was procured from a professional nanny agency in Mumbai, has to make sure that her personal health and sanitation is kept at the highest levels at all times.

She also has to be at the beck and call of the family as her services could be required by the family at any given time.

When asked about the pretty steep amount of payment, Kareena neither denied nor confirmed it but replied with: "Really? But like I said, I don't talk shop."

That said, the 39-year-old star did confess that the happiness and safety of Taimur was of utmost importance to her.

"There is no price for anything as long as your child is happy and safe. There is no price for that.

"The idea is that the child should be happy and in safe hands," she said.

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