It is really difficult to keep celeb babies away from the limelight, paparazzi always follow them, no matter the parents are liking this act or not.
Well, Soha Ali Khan doesn't find this good, she opened up how and why it is unfair to cover her daughter Inaaya as well as nephew Taimur Ali Khan.
Mother and author Soha while talking to the leading agency has revealed, "We understand public scrutiny is part of the job but that is a call we took for ourselves not our children, so it doesn't seem fair for them to be exposed to the media glare."
Daughter to Sharmila Tagore, she told, "I honestly think it's too much especially for Taimur... It's all normal for him but childhood is about innocence and he shouldn't be robbed of that. He has a right to his privacy and that needs to be respected by the media."
Soha also talks about her life-changing experience after she delivered a daughter, "Inaaya has made me evolve as a person - my world has changed forever and my priorities have changed. She is now the focus and everything else comes after her. I have never been around children growing up as I am the youngest in my family so I have never really had to care for anyone else until now. It teaches you responsibility and humility. It's the most awe-inspiring feeling to be a mother. I love it and I am often overwhelmed by it too but there's no going back and there's no wanting to go back either."
Soha is married to actor Kunal Khemmu and recently she partnered with the beauty brand Bio Oil for their forthcoming campaign #UnstretchedJourney for Mother's Day.
"Kunal is the person I would like to thank for constantly being there. For being such a supportive and caring husband. For looking after me when I wasn't feeling well, for telling me I looked more beautiful than I ever have even when I knew that wasn't true, for rubbing my feet when I was tired, for calming me down when I was freaking out and for patiently riding out my more turbulent moods! He walked that extra mile and went out of his comfort to erase stretches of inhibitions."
"We want to teach by example, not by words or advice - be the person I want her to be, exhibit the values I want her to emulate," she said.
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