Kareena Kapoor’s baby being trolled for his name Taimur, Omar Abdullah has the only sane response

After Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan revealed that they have named their baby, Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi, the trolling has been relentless and even cruel. In the midst of this, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has a sane response.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 22, 2016 8:11 pm
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Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan became proud parents to a bonny baby on Tuesday morning. The news of the birth was quickly followed by a statement by both the stars. They revealed the baby’s name, Taimur, and thanked everyone for their support.

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“We are very pleased to share with you all the wonderful news about the birth of our son: Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi, on the 20th of December 2016. We would like to thank the media for the understanding and support they have given us over the last 9 months, and of course especially our fans and well wishers for their continued affection. Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you all…With love, Saif & Kareena. Thank you,” the statement read. It has been a day since then and Twitter hasn’t stopped to exhale.

The revelation of the name for Kareena’s baby, Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi, was followed by shock, anger and even a few distasteful comments. Why Saif, a history buff, chose the name of the 14th century Mongol invader who slaughtered thousands while on his way to capture Delhi left many bemused. Also called Tamerlane, he conquered many parts of Asia and Persia.

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He went on to invade India and wrecked havoc in Delhi. It’s said that it took Delhi over a hundred years to recover from his assault.

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Saif and Kareena’s fans opined that the name was actually of Turkish origin and means “brave king” or strong “like iron”. Amid all this debate on the name, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s Twitter comments have brought some sense.

Also read | Kareena Kapoor’s baby: This is how daddy Saif Ali Khan, maasi Karisma Kapoor celebrated Taimur’s arrival, see pics

Congratulating Saif and Kareena, the politician wrote, “The only people who get to decide a baby’s name are the parents of said baby & the ones they ask. Why should opinion of the rest matter?” He added, “So congrats to Saif & Kareena and a long happy life to their baby son. May #TaimurAliKhan have a happy & healthy life..”

Will Twitterati take a leaf out of Omar’s book or will trolling of Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi and his parents continue?

While it is the first child for the actor, Saif already has two kids Sara and Ibrahim with ex-wife Amrita Singh. The couple, who have worked together in films like “Tashan”, “Kurbaan”, “Agent Vinod”, LOC Kargil” and “Omkara”, got married in October 2012.

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    Mukund
    Jan 18, 2017 at 10:53 am
    👉 *मेरी कीमत क्या होगी?*lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;🔵 *दुनिया के कट्टर और खूँखार बादशाहों में तैमूरलंग का भी नाम आता है व्यक्तिगत महत्त्वाकाँक्षा, अहंकार और जवाहरात की तृष्णा से पीड़ित तैमूर ने एक बार विशाल भू-भाग को देखकर बगदाद में उसने एक लाख मरे हुए व्यक्तियों की खोपड़ियों का पहाड़ खड़ा कराया था।* इसी बात से उसकी क्रूरता का पता चल जाता है।lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;🔴 एक समय की बात है। बहुत से गुलाम पकड़कर उसके सामने लाये गये। *तुर्किस्तान का विख्यात कवि अहमदी भी दुर्भाग्य से पकड़ा गया।* जब वह तैमूर के सामने उपस्थित हुआ, तो एक विद्रूप- सी हँसी हँसते हुए उसने दो गुलामों की ओर इशारा करते हुए पूछा- *"सुना है कि कवि बड़े पारखी होते है, बता सकते हो इनकी कीमत क्या होगी?”*lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;🔵 *“इनमें से कोई भी 4 हजार अशर्फियों से कम कीमत का नहीं है।”* अहमदी ने सरल किन्तु स्पष्ट उत्तर दिया।lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;🔴 *”मेरी कीमत क्या होगी?”तैमूर ने अभिमान से पूछा।*lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;🔵 *”यही कोई 24 अशर्फी।”* निश्चिंत भाव से अहमदी ने उत्तर दिया।lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;🔴 तैमूर क्रोध से आगबबूला हो गया। चिल्लाकर बोला- *बदमाश! इतने में तो मेरी सदरी (उसके पहनने का वस्त्र) भी नहीं बन सकती,* तू यह कैसे कह सकता है कि मेरा मूल्य कुल 24 अशर्फी है।”lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;🔵 अहमदी ने बिना किसी आवेश या उत्तेजना के उत्तर दिया- *बस वह कीमत उसी सदरी की है, आपकी तो कुछ नहीं।* जो मनुष्य पीड़ितों की सेवा नहीं कर सकता, बड़ा होकर छोटों की रक्षा नहीं कर सकता, अायों की, अनाथों की जो सेवा नहीं कर सकता, *मनुष्य से बढ़कर जिसे अहमियत प्यारी हो उस इनसान का मूल्य चार कौड़ी भी नहीं, उससे अच्छे तो यह गुलाम ही है, जो किसी के काम तो आते हैं।”*lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;🌹 *अखण्ड ज्योति मई 1988*
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      Jay Smith
      Dec 22, 2016 at 3:45 pm
      There are two kinds of Indians-Those who love the Mughal empire and those who consider them as Invaders. The former are Muslims for whom history begins with Mohd. Bin qasim. It is obvious which history this child has been forced to imbibe with his name
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        raju raj
        Dec 26, 2016 at 6:01 am
        All great kings of history have killed people take at ashoka he killed many for his dream ..soo the timur defeated many kings also include delhi sultan nasiruddin..people love for nasiruddin was such that people of delhi fighted for 3 days for there king.those how have fighted timur died..and those kept in there house survived. The children of those hidders are commenting aginst timur..if ur forfathers fighted timur u may not have been born.
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          Asd
          Dec 21, 2016 at 6:39 pm
          You sincerely check your facts with your parents or rather great g parents who would have forced or raped by Temur alikes to converted from Hindus to muslims and left behind to suffer. Instead of appreciating those who chose to bear the wrath of their invaders and stand tall to continue following the most ancient and flourishing faith, you are now advocating those who brought atrocities on your forefathers.
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            Atish Bakshi
            Dec 23, 2016 at 1:58 pm
            Wow. In their hate for particular community they are not even pardoning an innocent child who has't opened his eyes to this hateful world.wow...what a mentality sic.
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              Antonov
              Dec 22, 2016 at 4:49 am
              So Saif Ali Khan Pataudi is being idolized by millions of Indians because of his impressive lineage, handsome visage and dazzling image. But the charming prince has the IQ and EQ of a goat. Of course the name of his son matters to the Indian public because he is a public celebrity. lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;Timur Lang macred more than a million Indians. He was a cruel and evil invader. Such a person cant be idolized in India. Saif has commited a grave error by naming his son after Timur Lang, an evil conqueror. So one wonders why he is an Indian celebrity at all? Why should India's muslim celebrities be supported by its public when they dont have any empathy with the Indian people?
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                GorA
                Dec 21, 2016 at 2:54 pm
                .....and raping his sisters.
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                  GorA
                  Dec 21, 2016 at 2:44 pm
                  Maybe he will start by sending his parents to jannat first like his namesake.
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                    Raj
                    Dec 21, 2016 at 4:59 pm
                    Have people stopped naming children as Narendra after 2002? If they cannot recollect such recent history they want to cry over something that happened 1000 years ago.
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