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WATCH | Shah Rukh Khan's son AbRam asks paparazzi to make way

AbRam is seen seated inside a luxury car, leaving the party. As the car tries to move out, the waiting paparazzi closes in, to get a picture of the star son.

Published: 13th December 2019 11:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th December 2019 01:22 PM   |  A+A-

Shah Rukh Khan and son Abram.

Shah Rukh Khan and son Abram. (Photo | Instagram)

By IANS

MUMBAI: Shah Rukh Khan's younger son AbRam Khan seems to have already acquired the airs of a superstar. His antics in a viral video at Rani Mukerji's daughter Adira's birthday party would suggest as much, and netizens are simply loving it.

In the Instagram video, six-year-old AbRam is seen seated inside a luxury car, leaving the party. As the car tries to move out, the waiting paparazzi closes in, to get a picture of the star son. Then, AbRam is seen authoritatively gesturing at the lenspersons to clear the way and let the car pass, reports spotboye.com.

Not long ago, at the seventh birthday of Aishwarya and Abhishek Bachchan's daughter, Aaradhya, AbRam was seen screaming at waiting photographers, saying: "no pictures!"

Well, it seems as if unlike dad SRK, AbRam is a bit shy of the spotlight.

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