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PICS: Baby Inaaya spotted chilling by poolside with parents. Taimur also joins

Soha hopes that Inaaya and Taimur grow fond of each other and gradually become best friends. 

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: April 28, 2018 14:06 IST ]

Taimur and Inaaya's pictures

When mommy Kareena was having a busy Friday in Delhi, her baby boy Taimur was having fun alongside the pool. The munchkin enjoyed a play date with his cousin Innaya, aunt Soha Ali Khan and uncle Kunal Khemu.

While Inaaya had a pool time with dad, Taimur didn't take a dip. In the pictures which are doing the round on social media, we can see Inaaya wrapped in a towel by her doting mother. Taimur, on the other hand, enjoyed bird watching. Check out pictures below:

Epic moments #taimuralikhan and sis #innayakhemu #sohaalikhan

A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on

Cute 😍❤😍 princess 💗💗r#inaaya 💋#pollow me

A post shared by Taimur ❤ inaaya (shantyaldama) (@sanpataudi) on

Taimur and Inaaya are often compared on social media. Reacting on this, Soha in an interview with The Indian Express said: ''You know, I am someone who has lived in the public eye. Comparison is something that people love to do. I was compared to my mother, my brother to our father and me to my brother. Now, Taimur to Inaaya. People enjoy it. I come across Instagram posts of Inaaya and Taimur picture together and they ask ‘which baby is cuter?’ It is ridiculous but people comment too. This is human nature. You just have to laugh at it as much as you can.''

Soha hopes that Inaaya and Taimur grow fond of each other and gradually become best friends. Both the kids of Pataudi family are internet sensations as their gorgeous pictures instantly go viral on social media.

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