November 10, 2018 10:07:27 am
Just like Shahid Kapoor introduced daughter Misha Kapoor with an adorable social media post captioned, “Hello world”, Mira Kapoor also introduced 2-month-old son Zain to the world in a similar way. Mira, on Friday, took to her Instagram account to share the first photo of her son. Along with the photo, she wrote, “Hello World 🌼”.
In the photo, Shahid and Mira’s little one looks as cute as a button in his traditional attire. Among the many likes and comments, came a comment from Shahid’s younger brother Ishaan Khatter. “Jaan bachcha,” wrote Dhadak actor Ishaan. The adorable click of the munchkin went viral on social media and garnered over 3 lakh likes.
Shahid and Mira welcomed their second child, Zain on September 6. The Padmaavat actor shared the news on his Twitter handle as he wrote, “Zain Kapoor is here and we feel complete. Thank you for all the wishes and blessings. We are overjoyed and so grateful. Love to all. ❤️🙏”.
The other Bollywood kid who ruled the social media on Friday was Shah Rukh Khan’s younger son AbRam. As AbRam left for Alibaug with mother Gauri Khan, he looked as chic as his star parents. Looking like a replica of his father Shah Rukh with that dimple on his face, the five-year-old spotted a casual look. The quote on his T-shirt read, “Mama is my queen.”
After the photo did the rounds on social media, Shah Rukh also posted a collage of AbRam’s photos. “For all the sons of the world…If your Mama is your Queen then there is no stopping you from being The Happy Prince. ( and an iPad loaded with games helps too ),” he wrote along with the picture. AbRam also accompanied his father Shah Rukh Khan on his birthday when the star waved to his fans from his bungalow Mannat in Mumbai.
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