Taimur Ali Khan poses with music director Salim Merchant.
Everyone loves Bollywood royalty Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s little cutie Taimur Ali Khan, for his heartmelting cuteness and effortless relationship with the camera.
The celeb kid’s photos have flooded social media with fans and followers expressing their love and support to the little one.
In a recent picture shared on social media of the three year old, he is seen wearing casual clothes with a desi twist.
The 'chote nawab' meaning little king, as he is fondly called, little Taimur is seen wearing Punjabi jootis, a traditional Indian footwear with his casual T-shirt and shorts.
The picture that went viral was shared by his neighbour and well-known music composer Salim Merchant with the caption ,"Look who I met in my building, Sabse Chote Nawab, he's such a cutie!"
In the shared photo, Taimur was spotted wearing golden jootis with his pair of shorts and t-shirt. As the post went viral, his fans fawn over the adorable picture and flooded the social media with their reactions.
A user wrote, "Please cast him for Umrao Jaan...I know it's too much to ask for Hahaha."
Another wrote, "Oh god he is adorable."
A post read, "The T-shirt would be better as a 'nowabosaurus'."
"Masha Allah...Taimur is a confident star child," a user commented.
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