Aunt Karisma, Karan Johar wish Taimur on his first birthday


Karisma Kapoor wished her little nephew Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi on his first birthday. Sharing a cute picture with Taimur, Karisma wrote# "Happy 1st birthday our little bundle of joy! #weloveyou #ourbabyboy #familyovereverything #throwback #specialmoments." 

Filmmaker Karan Johar also wished Taimur with a cute picture of the little one playing with his dad Saif Ali Khan and wrote: "Happy birthday Taimur!!! I hope you enjoy your times with my babies (Yash and Roohi) as much as I have with your mom and dad!!!"

Taimur will be celebrating his first birthday at Pataudi Palace along with his parents, grandparents, and aunts. 

Source close to Saif Ali Khan reveals, "Taimur's birthday will be a very small, very intimate family affair. Only his grandparents and aunts will attend. From what we have noted about Saif and Kareena's wedding, to the dinners they have hosted is that they have only been low profile events and get togethers."

Randhir Kapoor, Sharmila Tagore, Soha Ali Khan, Kunal Khemmu will be joining the celebration. 

In an interview with a leading daily, Taimur's grandfather Randhir Kapoor said: "I remember the sentiments we had a year ago at this time. We were waiting to know with bated breath who we're welcoming home. And see, Taimur is already a year old! He's handsome and has all my blessings and good wishes."

He further added: "I just hope he never gets affected by this media craze around him. We want Taimur to be as low on all these things as possible. We want him to have a normal upbringing and lead a regular life. We don't know what will happen when he grows up. But for as long as he's a child, we want him to have his years of innocence and grow up like any other normal kid. The rest is his destiny."

Kareena's granduncle and veteran actor Shashi Kapoor passed away on December 5, 2017. To this Randhir Kapoor said: "My father Raj saab had said, 'The show must go on'. We, as a family, believe in it completely. Shashi saab is always watching over us, just like our other ancestors. WeKapoors celebrate life and our time together."