Saifeena celebrate first birthday of Baby nawab Taimur

Saifeena celebrate first birthday of Baby nawab Taimur

Saifeena celebrate first birthday of Baby nawab Taimur

The little one with parents Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor is celebrating his special day at Pataudi Palace.

While the family is certainly having a gala time, sisters Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor seem to have a major bonding session.

Saifeena celebrate first birthday of Baby nawab Taimur
Saifeena celebrate first birthday of Baby nawab Taimur

The celebrations will be joined by Randhir Kapoor, Sharmila Tagore, and Soha Ali Khan. The birthday celebrations are going to be a private affair with no media intervention. The venue was beautifully done with fairy lights all around and a tastefully decorated Christmas tree stood tall towering over the celebrations on the birthday eve.

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Son of Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor, Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi is the most followed star kids in Bollywood today.

There were rumours that Karan Johar with his twins Yash and Roohi, would attend the party of Taimur first birthday but he was not present there in family dinner.

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Karisma Kapoor took to Instagram to wish her nephew on his first birthday. He wrote: Happy birthday Taimur! Kareena and Saif left five days in advance while Karisma and her children, Kiaan and Samiera, along with Babita arrived a day later.

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