Not just Bollywood celebs, even star-kids are under constant media glare. Be it Boney Kapoor’s daughter Khushi Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan’s kids Suhana-Aryan, none of them can skip the camera lens. Even tiny toddlers like SRK’s youngest son AbRam, and Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan’s little munchkin Taimur have got used to the paps. But this time, AbRam didn’t’ want to be clicked.

A recent video of him leaving from Aaradhya Bachchan’s 7th birthday bash is doing the rounds of social media for obvious reasons. The video, which has taken Internet by storm, shows AbRam in the arms of a security guard, who makes him sit in the car. As soon as he is seated inside, he screams at the paparazzi saying, "no pictures." Check out the video below:

We totally get the need for privacy AbRam, and we’re simply awed by the little one’s sternness in demanding a ‘no pictures’ policy.

This reminds us of Amitabh Bachchan’s social media post which showed him shaking hands with the little one. In the caption, Big B wrote, “"... 🤣🤣🤗🤗 .. and this be little Abram, ShahRukh’s little one .. who thinks , believes and is convinced beyond any doubt, that I am his Fathers FATHER .. and wonders why Shahrukh’s father does not stay with him !!! (sic).

On this post, SRK had replied requesting Big B to spend a Saturday with him and play some games. SRK’s reply read, “Sir Aaya Karo na! Please stay at home with AbRam on Saturdays at least.. He has some really amazing games on his ipad...u can doodle jump with him!”

Shah Rukh Khans Comment On Amitabh Bachchans Instagram Post
Shah Rukh Khans Comment On Amitabh Bachchans Instagram Post

Last year, Big B had shared a few pictures of AbRam and SRK, who were enjoying the fluffy. SRK had then revealed that AbRam thinks that Big B is his father’s father. Take a look below:

Coming back to AbRam’s ‘No Pictures’ scream, we wonder how would SRK react to it.

Image Source: Instagram/abramkhan9
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