EXCLUSIVE: Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan break silence on vicious trolling of Taimur: You can’t judge a kid

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Taimur Ali Khan, son of actors Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan is an internet sensation. The star kid has garnered immense love on social media for his cute antics and is a paparazzi favourite. There are days when Taimur is clicked with his parents in the city. During one such outing, the little one faced severe backlash over his actions towards the paparazzi. Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan sat down with us for a candid chat recently.

In an exclusive interview with Bollywood Bubble, Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan broke their silence on the vicious trolling of nephew, Taimur Ali Khan.

Talking about the trolling of Taimur, Kunal said, “A kid is a kid. He can do whatever he wants, whatever she wants. If you’re gonna come into their face and take a picture, and somebody has a problem with how that kid is behaving, then that is that person’s problem.”

 

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Kemmu added, “Because, nobody is going to tell the kid that, ‘Oh, why are you doing this, or why are you not doing that’.”

He continued, “At this age, now they’ve grown up. Now they can speak. Earlier, he couldn’t speak and he was in somebody’s lap. And he couldn’t do anything. Now if he doesn’t like, he’s going to say it.

Watch the full conversation below:

Earlier, a video of Taimur from his outing surfaced on the internet. The video shows him saying, “Bas karo,” to the paps, as they continued clicking pictures. Kunal and Soha reacted to the same.

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Meanwhile, talking on the same further, Kunal said, “What I love about kids is, they don’t care.” “And they don’t have to be diplomatic. If they don’t like something, it’s like I don’t want it. Get away from me. It’s okay, it’s a part of my profession,” he further added.

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