Rani Mukerji, who shares Adira with her husband Aditya Chopra, said her daughter doesn’t know why the photographers keep clicking photos of her when they go outside.
Rani Mukerji has revealed that her daughter Adira Chopra has already developed a dislike for the paparazzi. Adira, who turned six last December, is rarely pictured in public. Rani recently revealed that it’s because Adira doesn’t like to be clicked and the photographers also offer her privacy. Read also| When Rani Mukerji was exchanged in hospital with another baby after birth, her mother said: ‘My daughter has brown eyes’
Rani, who shares Adira with her husband Aditya Chopra, said her daughter is confused as to why the photographers keep clicking photos of her when they go outside.
Rani told Mid-Day that she sees a lot of her husband in Adira, as she explained, “No means no, and yes means yes (for Adira). And you can’t really change that. She says, ‘No mumma, no photo .'” Rani went on to act as her daughter yelled “No photo mumma” before recalling a specific incident between Adira and the paparazzi.
Rani said: “This time when I came back, and at the airport there were these dads. The photographers have been very nice to me. So when I’m traveling I always say ‘baby ka photo mat lo (don’t take babies photos) ‘ so they let Adira go and then they clicked on my picture. So this time again Adira got in first, and I was clicked, and then I got in the car. (She says) ‘Yeh bhaiya log bahot ganda hai na mumma aapka photo hamesha lete rehta hai (these people keep clicking pictures of you, they are very bad).’ So I said ‘haan bhaiya log bahut ganda hai. Haa babu hamesha lete rehta hai (Yes, they are very bad).’ Then she asks ‘haa mumma kyu lete rehta hai (yes mama why are they clicking your picture),’ I say ‘mujhe bhi nahi pata babu (I don’t know either).'”
Rani was last seen in Bunty Aur Babli 2 opposite Saif Ali Khan. The film, released last year, marked their on-screen reunion after more than a decade. It was directed by Varun V Sharma. After that she will be seen in Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway by director Ashima Chibber.
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