Soha Ali Khan takes daughter Inaaya on a drive, let her peep through the window for Paparazzi

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Whenever Bollywood actress and writer Soha Ali Khan took her daughter Inaaya for a ride, they always hit the headlines.

Recently, Soha Ali Khan was spotted with her little baby Inaaya. Seems the mother-daughter duo went for a quick drive in Mumbai’s pleasant weather and as soon as they were spotted spending quality time with each other, the pictures of Soha and Inaaya doing around the internet.

Mommy Soha took Inaaya near Bandra and Soha also made Inaaya peep through their car window so that the media could take the pictures easily without any difficulty. Inaaya peeping through the window is looking really adorable wearing pair of denim matched with a white top while Soha looked casual in a pair of tracks and tee.

Have a look at the picture:

Cute baby #innayakhemu snapped with Mom #sohaalikhan @viralbhayani

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Mom Soha always takes to her social media handle to share every new and small celebration of their adorable Inaaya. So when Inaaya turned 9 months old Soha shared her doll’s picture on social media and captioned Nine months today.

Nine months today 😍

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As Soha is quite active on social media, she never hesitates and often shares Inaaya’s picture on her Instagram account. But what she is bothered about is Buri Nazar as every parent would be. In the same interview, she shared, “No, not all. She is a part of me. I realised it became a headline that I worry about her in terms of Nazar and all. Obviously, we are protective of her. Every parent is. We do everything from Kaala Dhaaga to Kaala Teeka even if we are not superstitious as it makes someone else happy, so there is no harm in it. I worry about the attention she receives but I am proud of her. I am happy to share my happiness with her with the world but it is unfair to the kids, be it Taimur Inaaya or any child to be exposed to too much attention from media. Childhood is innocence at the end of the day”.

Published by Soniya Kaur on 18 Jul 2018

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