Saif Ali Khan's Son Ibrahim Ali Khan And Bestie And Akshay Kumar's Son Aarav Bhatia Get Mobbed Post Dinner Outing; View Pics

Star kids today are as famous as their parents and well, they get mobbed too! Saif Ali Khan's son Ibrahim and Akshay Kumar's son Aarav recently got mobbed post their dinner outing.

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Saif Ali Khan's Son Ibrahim Ali Khan And Bestie And Akshay Kumar's Son Aarav Bhatia Get Mobbed Post Dinner Outing; View Pics
Star kids enjoy the stardom equivalent to their star parents. Paparazzi's now follow star kids everywhere and click them in the best possible manner. Saif Ali Khan's son Ibrahim Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar's son Aarav Bhatia recently got clicked outside a restaurant. They were chilling over dinner and shutterbugs caught them post their outing. However, what catches attention is the fan frenzy outside the restaurant that surrounded Ibrahim and Aarav. A bunch of street kids mobbed these two, star kids in the bid to ask for some money. 

The images of Aarav and Ibrahim are out on social media in which we see them stepping out of the restaurant. Aarav got mobbed by the young street kids and rather than shooing them away, he just laughed. Aarav, on the other hand, walked straight towards his car and sat into it. Urchins surrounded his car and seemed to be asking for some money. 


It is surprising to see Aarav not running away from shutterbugs. He is that one shy star kid who generally runs away from the cameras. He doesn't like getting clicked and is often seen hiding his face. Ibrahim always flashes his broad smile for the paps. As of now, there is no confirmation on when these two star kids are going to make their entry into Bollywood. Ibrahim is keen to be a Bollywood star as revealed by his father earlier and Aarav doesn't seem to have big Bollywood dreams.  Let's wait and see what careers these two choose!


Image Source: Viral Bhayani
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