Kareena Kapoor Reveals Taimur Considers Paps His Friends, Doesn’t Allow Her To Take Photos Of Him
Leela Adwani|Oct 15, 2019
In a recent film event, Kareena spilled some exotic beans on her son to filmmaker Karan Johar. Check out!
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Protecting her son from the media’s constant attention is not a new thing with Kareena Kapoor Khan.
It’s no secret that her three-year-old bundle of joy, Taimur Ali Khan is already a star at a very young age, and the overwhelming love he is receiving from the public has turned out to be a concern for Bebo.
Taimur is an apple in the eyes of the paparazzi, and they usually miss no chance of clicking the munchkin.
In a recent film event, Kareena spilt some exotic beans on her son to filmmaker Karan Johar. She revealed that Taimur doesn’t like her taking photos of him and even thinks the paps are his friends. She said, “He thinks paps are his friends. But when I want to take his photo, he says ‘Amma, no pictures’.”
To this, Karan immediately went on to make a joke, “Taimur thinks you are Viral Bhayani.” Check out the video below:
The fact that the paps used to gather outside Saif’s residence to catch any glimpse of baby Tim. However, their neighbours complained about the same; the Sacred Games actor requested these shutterbugs not to stand outside their house.
Not just mom Bebo, now Saif Ali Khan seems not to want his son Taimur to get snapped anymore. Earlier, while strolling around their residence, the dad-son duo was clicked by the paps. The actor could be seen going near the cameramen and told them, "No, no not outside the house please, like we promised. No, enough, you are not supposed to do that."
On the work front, Kareena has an interesting slate of films coming up. She will be next seen in the film Good News starring opposite Akshay Kumar. She will also be seen in Karan Johar’s Takht and Angrezi Medium.