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Cuteness overload: Star kids of Instagram Taimur and Ziva Dhoni are twinning already

Divya Hemnani | Updated on: 22 February 2018, 12:30 IST

The cutest kid of Bollywood's famous couple Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan's son Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi is already a star kid of the industry. He gets all the attention and love from the people around him. Taimur's photos have been in news from day one and he has yet again taken the social media by a storm with his new picture. As excepted, one can't recognize his new look.

Recently, Soha Ali Khan's daughter was Inaaya resembled like Taimur but now we have Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni's daughter Ziva who too is adorable. Take a look at there photos.

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In the new picture, Taimur is seen in a new hairstyle with long hair and a ponytail. He is looking at his father Saif Ali Khan in the iPad in the most lovable way.

Soha Ali Khan took her little daughter Inaaya on a day out recently but when their pictures hit the internet, all anyone could talk about was how much she looks like her cousin, Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s son Taimur. Both have similar light grey eyes, big cheek, and curly hair.

As Taimur is a poser, Soha has kept her daughter a bit away from the media. A few days ago, she talked about the little brother-sister equation to India Today.

Recently, former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s daughter Ziva Dhoni's videos went viral. The cute kid was seen singing a classic Malayalam song on Instagram. She took millions of heart after singing 'Ambalapuzhai Unni Kannanodu Ne' a famous Malayali song.

The little kid Ziva again sang a song Malayalam song 'Kanikanum Neram Kamalanethrante' from the 1964 movie Omanakuttan again went viral on social media. Folks can't stop praising her as Malayalam is considered one of the toughest Indian languages.

First published: 22 February 2018, 11:51 IST
 
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