Ranvijay Singha opens up on her daughter Kainaat being followed by paparazzi

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Published by Amrit Santlani on 07 Aug 2019

Taimur Ali Khan is paparazzi’s favorite and Inaaya Kemmu comes a close second. But the new favourite kid of the paparazzi is Rannvijay Singha’s daughter- Kainaat Singha.

D​​uring Taimur’s London vacay, fan clubs of Tim Tim went crazy on social media as they shared a host of pictures and videos of Taimur, Inaaya and Kainaat playing and enjoying their summer holidays in London. From playing with the sand to feeding the horses, Taimur and his gang were seen having their best time in London.

While Taimur and Inaaya’s parents- Kareena Kapoor Khan – Saif Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan are quite used to their child being papped in and around the city but in a recent interview, Rannvijay Singha was asked about Kainaat being papped by the paps and photos of her going viral on social media, and this Roadie actor had said that getting papped is not a problem for him at all.

“Getting papped is not a problem for me at all. She gets clicked and her photos gets liked online and get picked by editorials, which I think is fine. She has everything she wants, we (he and wife Prianka Singha) are trying our best to give her a healthy life,” informed the 36-year-old actor.

But Rannvijay feels that instead of talking about the paparazzi culture, there are important issues that need everyone’s attention.

“There are other real problems in life that needs our attention than cameras following us. If it was like while getting clicked, she is manhandled, then there is a problem,” he says. But according to Rannvijay, it is no big deal if a child is papped because otherwise, parents do share their kids pictures online and if the paps are doing the same, then it is okay.

“If a day comes when photographers would stop following celebs or their kids, then a lot of [celebrities] will get upset. The reason we are followed is because there are so many people who love and care for us, and look up to us. That’s something we all should be grateful about and not complain,” he says.

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