Kareena Kapoor Khan- Saif Ali Khan’s son Taimur Ali Khan, and Kunal Kemmu- Soha Ali Khan’s daughter Inaaya are two of the most loved star kids. The paparazzi loves clicking pictures of the two kids, and the pictures often go viral on social media in no time at all. Kareena, who gave birth to another son in February this year, has been keeping the second kid away from the media glare. Once, Kareena and Kemmu had a conversation over the paparazzi culture, and they recalled an instance when things got a bit dangerous as they weren’t aware that the kids were being papped.
A throwback video has surfaced on social media, and it shows Kunal Kemmu and Kareena raising concerns over the paparazzi culture, on Kareena’s chat show What Women Want. Kareena can be heard telling Kunal that when they were growing up, the paparazzi culture wasn’t prevalent, but Taimur and Inaaya have to face it. She asked Kunal how he feels when he sees paparazzi pictures of Inaaya on social media. “You know, there are times when I don’t think much about it but then, there are times when it bothers me. Even for us the paparazzi culture is new. Taimur is the first baby who brought in this baby paparazzi culture because just one year before that we were also getting accustomed to it,” he said.
Kunal then said that while the paparazzi have been pretty respectful of their requests to not click their children, things got a bit out of hand once. “It got a bit dangerous, I remember, when Tim and Inaaya had gone to some swimming pool. Someone trained a zoom lens on them for afar. That I am completely against. That is not okay,” he said.
Kareena also remembered the incident. Kunal then said that he is not okay with the kids being papped secretly. ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan To Launch Neena Gupta's Autobiography 'Sach Kahun Toh' - Date, Time And More Deets Inside
Image Source: Instagram/Kareena Kapoor Khan/Soha Ali Khan
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