Pics: Mom Kareena tries to pacify her crying baby Taimur


In a recent visit to best friend Amrita Arora’s house, Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi looked in a bit gloomy mood. The little munchkin broke down into tears and mom Kareena Kapoor Khan was seen trying to pacify her crying son. Taimur is generally happy and cheerful but this time he looked very depressed. But his mommy was there to pacify him. Kareena gave a toy to cheer up his mood. After a while, the cutie calmed down.

Since Taimur was born, he has been followed by the paparazzi as media wants to capture his every move. When asked about all the media attention that the little one is getting at this age, the gorgeous mom said, "I do not like the fact that every day, Taimur's moves are being monitored and you know, pictures are being out, what he's doing, what he's wearing, discussing his hairstyle... I mean, he's just 14 months old. But I don't know how to stop it; they are just following him around," she said.

Kareena added that Taimur is "kind of getting used to" being a paparazzi favourite. "Of late, if I compare his pictures, now he has started posing," she laughed. Karisma Kapoor chimed in, "He looks right into the camera now."

When the diva was asked about how motherhood had changed her life. "My life is no more my own. My heart no more beats inside me. It beats in this gorgeous looking boy that I see every night and everything is in his two tiny little hands," Kareena said.

Talking about all the attention Taimur is getting, his daddy Saif Ali Khan once said, “You have to see how he looks at a camera. If you point your phone at him, he will look at you. It’s just that way ever since he was born. I think he’s gotten used to it. You can’t shield your kid because then it will become weird. Our paparazzi is anyway, pretty harmless because they just want a picture for their job so they can feed themselves. We are the only nation that poses for the paparazzi. They take the picture and everyone is happy. I told Kareena, “Let’s not hide him.” If everybody calms down, there is less people getting stamped on and pushed. Now, it’s chilled and everyone’s used to it. It’s no big deal.”

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