‘Jeh’ Would Bring A Lot Of Joy Into Life, Says Kashish Parashar
Bollywood actors Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan welcomed their second baby on February 21, this year. According to the latest news, both the actors have named their child ‘Jeh’. This news has been enclosed by Randhir Kapoor, while in an interview with the news agency PTI. While speaking of his second grandson in the interview, he said, “Yes Kareena and Saif’s son has been named Jeh recently.” Furthermore, in a recent report, Saif made a statement, “We have been blessed with a baby boy. Mom and baby are safe and healthy. Thank you to our well-wishers for their love and support.”
Talking of the name, Jeh’s meaning, astrologer Kashish Parashar revealed that it is a Parsi name, meaning ‘to come’. “It is a very nice and positive name, which means that the baby would bring a lot of joy in their life and the world,” he added. Moving on, in terms of numerology, the name when totalled comes to the number seven. Parashar said, “We usually do not recommend name whose total comes to four, seven and eight, only because the numbers usually indicate that the baby may become ‘extremely spiritual’, distant from the materialistic world we live in.”
She added, “There’s a possibility that he or she might not get married or would not get into business. Also, there stands another possibility of becoming a saint or involving oneself a lot of charity.” However, the name also suggests that the baby will have a strong emotional connection with the mother, along with being soft-hearted. Further, he will get a lot of things based on his destiny.
Saif and Kareena, just like Anushka and Virat, have decided to keep their son’s face and name under the wraps. In a conversation with Neha Dhupia on Kareena’s show What Women Want, she said, “After the whole controversy of Taimur, both Saif and me have not even thought about it. We’re like going to leave it last minute and then spring a surprise.”
While making the announcement of her second child over social media, she said, “This has been quite the journey… both my pregnancies and writing my Pregnancy Bible. There were good days and bad days; some days I was raring to go to work and others where I struggled to get out of bed. This book is a very personal account of what I experienced both physically and emotionally through both my pregnancies.”