One-Year-Old Taimur Ali Khan To Get A Bodyguard?

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Taimur Ali Khan might soon have a bodyguard

Written By Athulya Nambiar | Mumbai | Updated On:

The little Nawab of Pataudi, Taimur Ali Khan's parents Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan are reportedly considering to hire a bodyguard for their little one. Recently, a video of a man trying to click a selfie with Taimur without permission when he was with his nanny, had gone viral. The nanny immediately shooed the man who had already placed the phone in front of the little one's face. This could probably be the reason that Saif and Kareena are contemplating to have a bodyguard for their child. 


It is not news that Taimur has been a paparazzi favourite and the kid is as popular as his parents combined. The one and a half-year-old kid seems to make headlines for every move he makes, right from his visit to the park with his parents or going to school accompanied by his nanny. The kid is so used to getting clicked by the paparazzi that he knows them and even waves and smiles at them whenever he sees photographers. 


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However, his parents are not too keen on the kind of attention their child has been receiving. Recently, Kareena Kapoor had said during a media interaction that she does not wish for her child to get so much attention, but she feels she cannot even help it. She also said that she and Saif are trying to give Taimur as normal a childhood as possible. The 'Veere Di Wedding' actress also said that at this age he does not understand all the attention he has been receiving, but they will make him understand once he grows a little older. 

Recently, Saif was miffed at the paparazzi as they were flashing lights at the kid, which was causing inconvenience. 



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