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WATCH: Get Over Dothraki, Taimur Ali Khan Has His Own Language! Here's What Netizens Think He's Saying

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Published:

Netizens can't get over Taimur Ali Khan's latest video as the little kid steps out for his evening stroll. The Internet went on a meltdown when the little munchkin started waving at the paparazzi and now the fans can't keep calm as he starts to talk.

Just like kids do, Taimur has also started talking in his own set of words or baby language that has left everyone curious. In a recent video, the kid was seen crossing the road wearing an orange t-shirt and blue denims. Just as he reached the gate, he was heard saying something. Netizens guess is that it was probably, 'Hari Dada... Bye'. What's yours?

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#taimuralikhan has invented his own language and words. All little kids do this ❤️❤️

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Here are the reactions -

Recently Saif Ali Khan made a request to the photographers saying: “Please don’t stalk Taimur. He is not a star. He is just a child.” 

Earlier too a few reports suggested that the actor called the cops and asked them to clear the paparazzi outside his house. However, he denied the speculations and said, “Yes, the cops cleared the paparazzi because someone complained. Not me. I can’t say I feel kindly about their presence, because 10 people lounging about outside your house waiting for a shot of your kid is disturbing to say the least. I didn’t complain because I don’t want to deprive anyone of a job.”

A few days back, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor were spotted at the Mumbai airport with their son Taimur heading for their summer holiday. On arriving, the shutterbugs started clicking their pictures and in the video, the actor was seen telling the paps, "Bas Karo yaar, Bachcha Andha Ho Jaayega". (Stop it, the child will go blind).

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Post that, Saif Ali Khan spoke to a portal and said in a statement: "However, it's important for us to understand that kids should enjoy the basic right of growing up in a normal atmosphere out of and away from constant media glare. I believe I am well within my right as a father to choose to not pose for the cameras when I have my son with me or to inform the photographers that the constant flashes can hurt his eyes. As media figures, we have to live with the attention and we accept that. But our kids shouldn't be subjected to it."

 

 

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