Akshay Kumar’s son Aarav Bhatia looks dapper in his new haircut

Recently, Aarav was clicked by the shutterbugs as he took off for a salon session. In the first place, the paparazzi clicked him before he entered the salon and they clicked him again as he was leaving the salon.

 

Aarav Bhatia, Akshay Kumar, and Twinkle Khanna's son barely gets papped or is in the spotlight. Same is the situation with their other child, Nitara. They have been away from the spotlight, notwithstanding, at whatever point they, or any star kid so far as that is concerned, get snapped by the paparazzi, their photos begin doing rounds on the web. Today, Aarav was clicked by the shutterbugs as he took off for a salon session. And, we are amazed by his before and after the salon looks. Check out the pictures below.

He was found in casual garments. Light brown, coordinating shorts and denim jacket finished his enjoying some downtime look. Look at the photos of the star child beneath.

Talking about Aarav's big debut in Bollywood, in an interview Akshay talked about the equivalent. He had said that Aarav is too young and is right now keen on studying. Akshay stated, "I'm not mindful on the off chance that he will get into the business. I'm not pushing him. The present youngsters have their very own brain. My child is the same. I let my children be the way in which they want to be."

 

What do you think about Aarav's look? Do comment and tell us.

by Lokendra Sharma | Thu, Aug 29 - 02:45 PM

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