Watch this video of ‘prettiest boy’ Taimur with actor Jacqueline Fernandez’ commentary
Days before the little boy’s birthday, a new video has emerged in which Taimur is in the arms of his nanny. He is playing with his water bottle and reportedly talking to him is actor Jacqueline Fernandez.Updated: Dec 17, 2017 13:35 IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan’s baby boy Taimur Ali Khan will turn one on December 20. His family is planning to have a quiet family celebration at their ancestral palace in Pataudi, Haryana.
Days before the birthday, a new video has emerged in which Taimur is in the arms of his nanny. He is playing with his water bottle and reportedly talking to him is actor Jacqueline Fernandez. We can only hear her voice as she is not in the frame. She says: “Oh my God, look who’ve I met -- who is the prettiest boy, who’s the prettiest baby. I... ohhhh.” Taimur can be seen extending his arm, perhaps, with a desire to get to the phone. Taimur wears a check half sleeve shirt and looks adorable.
Meanwhile, the Khan trio was spotted at Mumbai airport, leaving for Pataudi. Amid much speculation about a grand celebration, aunt Karisma Kapoor had clarified that Taimur’s first birthday will be a small family affair.
Speaking to Pinkvilla, Karisma said, “Yes, Taimur’s birthday is arriving and it is a special moment for us. The family is really very excited and thrilled about the same. We will have a family get together of sorts, and will not be having a big celebration.”
Recently, Taimur alongwith his mom Kareena and aunt Karisma was spotted at Rani Mukherjee’s daughter Adira’s birthday bash in Mumbai. Also seen were Karan Johar’s twins, Yash and Roohi. In a picture shared by Karan, all the three star kids -- Taimur, Roohi and Yash -- were seen bonding, just like their famous parents.
No sooner was he born last year, Taimur became the most-loved baby of the country. Every now and then, a photo appeared or a video showed up and we couldn’t stop loving the little baby.
Speaking to Hindustan Times about the constant media attention, Saif had said, “You have to see how he looks at a camera. If you point your phone at him, he will look at you. It’s just that way ever since he was born. I think he’s gotten used to it. You can’t shield your kid because then it will become weird. Our paparazzi is anyway, pretty harmless because they just want a picture for their job so they can feed themselves. We are the only nation that poses for the paparazzi. They take the picture and everyone is happy. I told Kareena, ‘Let’s not hide him’. If everybody calms down, there is less chaos and less people getting stamped on and pushed. Now it’s chilled and everyone’s used to it. It’s no big deal.”
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First Published: Dec 17, 2017 13:20 IST