Ranbir Kapoor’s Pic With Kareena’s Son Taimur : Viral

The Kapoors’ annual Christmas brunch, Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s son Taimur stole the limelight. The family event revolved around Taimur, who was attending the annual gala for the first time – last year Taimur was only five-days-old and therefore, had to skip the do. This year, Taimur enjoyed with his aunts, uncles, grandparents and great-grandparents to the fullest. Videos and pictures from inside the event are all that the Internet can talk about. Especially, this picture of Taimur with his uncle Ranbir Kapoor, shared by Neetu Kapoor with the caption: “The ‘Star’ of the Christmas lunch.”

The ? of the Christmas lunch ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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@therealarmaanjain ???

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Idk what's happening ??

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Here’s another pic of Taimur with his mamas. We’re curious to know what Ranbir is showing Taimur on his phone, which has the little nawab engrossed. “Trying to get Little T’s attention but he’s still dreaming of Santa,’ Aadar Jain captioned the photo.

Trying to get Little T’s attention but he’s still dreaming of Santa.. ??

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Karisma Kapoor shared some other top moments from the do. First a picture of Kapoor cousins “with the cutie”:

#cousins❤️with the #cutie❤️#christmascheer?#familylunch#funtimealways

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With the grand lady ?? #greatgrandma#greatgrandkids??#christmascheer???#familylunch

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Randhir Kapoor sat for a picture with Babita and his daughters Kareena and Karisma, his son-in-law Saif Ali Khan and grandchildren Kiaan, Sameira and Taimur.


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The Kapoor Christmas brunh tradition was started decades ago by Jennifer Kendal, wife of late actor Shashi Kapoor. After Shashi Kapoor and Jennifer Kendal’s death, the tradition was carried forward by their son Kunal Kapor, who hosted this year’s do at his Juhu residence.

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