The one thing that is common between you and us is that all of us get happy if we see the cutest munchkin of Bollywood, Taimur Ali Khan. His daily activities cheer us up. 2-year –old Tim is popular among everyone. Multiple celebrities from the tinsel town have, time and again, expressed their desire and baby-crush over him.
And now, on the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami, Tim was seen celebrating it with utmost joy. The little buddy played Dahi Handi for the first time and we got hold of a cute video of our favourite star kid. This time, along with his sister, Inaaya and other kids played Dahi Handi and we got our hands on the video that was captured by the paparazzi. Have a look at it below:
Back then, Saif shared about Taimur’s growing popularity in an interview with the DNA, he had stated, “I think the whole country loves Taimur. He is a great energy to have around you. He has quite a happening social life, too. Right now, he is not even home, he’s gone for his evening time out with friends! He’s very busy (laughs).”
Talking about how Taimur is a mirror image of daddy Saif, Kareena in an interview with Rajeev Masand shared, “Now he is going through that phase where he says, ‘Mama, don’t laugh’, ‘Mama don’t cough’, everything we are doing and he says ‘Mama, don’t do that’. I think it’s because we are always like ‘Taimur, don’t do that’ so he is now picking it and telling us.”
She had further added, “He is so innocent that since he has been told that ‘you have to say hi and hello to everyone’, he is like ‘hi’ while waving to the media. They (paparazzi) say hello, they are very polite and are always at a distance. But they do constant kind of movement.”
In an interview with the Hindustan Times, Saif had talked about Taimur’s perception of media, and had revealed, “Timtim is more media-savvy than either me or Bebo (Kareena Kapoor Khan). He calls the photographers ‘Mediawale’. He thinks Mediawale is a name! One of his favourite games is to point my camera at people. He will say ‘khichik khichik khichik’ and pretend to be ‘Mediawale’!”