Indian Media is undeniably obsessed with Bollywood’s star kids. It’s very normal these days that the star kids are gaining more stardom than their celebrity parents.
After Taimur Ali Khan if there is any star kid who is favorite to many then she is Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu’s Daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu. She always happily pose for the Paparazzi. From Taimur to Misha and Abram Khan, they are all the more famous than their parents and are the center of attention if they are with parents. Right, the media follows the lil star like crazy. Where everyone is talking about Taimur Ali Khan and his cuteness- Inaaya Naumi Keemu is winning hearts with her tempting beautiful eyes.
For the last few weeks, Inaaya is grabbing our eyeballs and giving us go all- aww moments. As usual, lil munchkin was out on her daily stroll in a pram and caught paparazzi waiting outside the building. Inaaya too gazed at them adorable and was seen sharing some smile with the people around her. Soha’s daughter is following her brother Taimur as she waves back at the paparazzi.
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In an earlier given interview, mother Soha spoke about how her life has changed after having a baby. She revealed to Hindustan Times, “It’s no longer about my life, and that’s the most definitive change! Up until now, I have been independent, and liked very much to be in control of my schedule when it came to going to the gym, and getting minimum of 10 hours of sleep every night. I used to look after myself. But now, everything is about her.”
Soha wants Inaaya to be herself when she talked about the ethics and values she wants to give Inaaya. She revealed, “I want Inaaya to be her own person. I would like her to have open communication with me. Things like integrity, trust, loyalty, being kind to others, are some of the things I would like to see in her. It shouldn’t be that Inaaya remains only surrounded by love and positivity. She should also be a strong person, with the [sense of] security to withstand criticism… and also be able to laugh. I think having a sense of humour is very important.”