Kareena Kapoor Khan’s son Taimur Ali Khan turned five on Monday. The actor celebrated the day by sharing his old video in which he is seen learning to walk.
In the video’s caption, Kapoor wrote, ” Your first steps your first fall.. I recorded it with so much pride. This isn’t your first or last fall, my son, but I do know one thing for sure.. you will always pick yourself up, take bigger strides and march along head held high… cause you are my tiger… Happy Birthday my heartbeat… My Tim Tim. No one like you mera beta #HappyBirthdayTimTim #MeraBeta #MyTiger.” Kapoor is self-isolating currently because of her positive COVID-19 report and has not been able to celebrate Taimur’s birthday.
Taimur Birthday Wishes And Viral Video:
Little Taimur was seen wearing a Christmas themed outfit and trying his best to walk by himself. He walks a few steps and falls down on the floor after losing balance. The video has gone viral on social media with netizens gushing over adorable baby Taimur.
Many were sharing the video on their social media feeds. His aunt and actor Soha Ali Khan also shared a post on her official handle. It was an old picture from the time she met Taimur the last time. In the caption, Khan wrote, “To my darling Tim, wishing you the world! Stay happy and always filled with mischief and fun! Love you lots! Bua jaan.” In the picture, Soha Ali Khan was looking at Taimur wearing a denim short and jeans while holding a cup in his hands.
Actor Neha Dhupia also wished Taimur well and also hoped his mother Kareena Kapoor gets better. The actor had recently tested positive for COVID-19 and has been in home quarantine.
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Dhupia shared a picture of Taimur playing with her daughter Mehr and wrote, “Happy birthday Tim. Kareena Kapoor Khan missing celebrating with you.”
Kareena Kapoor had also shared on her Instagram stories, “Covid I hate you…I miss my babies (heartbroken emoji) but…soon…will do this (muscle emojis).”
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