Rani Mukerji: Don't want my daughter Adira to be photographed constantly

Updated: 15 February, 2018 15:54 IST | Mohar Basu | Mumbai

After Shahid Kapoor, Rani Mukerji expresses reservation on "unwanted attention" showered on star kids

Rani Mukerji
Rani Mukerji

At a time when Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan's son Taimur's memes are flooding the Internet, it once again shows the country's obsession with star kids. While Shahid Kapoor has, in the recent past, slammed the paparazzi for the constant media glare on his daughter Misha, Rani Mukerji too has voiced her reservation.

Chopra with Adira
Aditya Chopra with Adira

During a recent appearance on the Neha Dhupia-hosted BFFs with Vogue, the actor made it clear that she does not want Adira to be a victim of the paparazzi culture. "I want Adira to grow up normally. [Otherwise] you get unwanted and undeserved attention without having achieved anything in life. I want Adira to be treated like any other child in school. Aditya [Chopra, husband] and I don't want her to be photographed constantly," she said.

Mukerji also opened up on her husband's reclusive nature on the Colors Infinity show. "It's not as if he is paranoid about the cameras. He just doesn't want to be photographed," she said, adding that her star status had posed a problem for him after their marriage. "He had told me after our marriage, 'God, when I fell in love with you, I didn't stop to think that I was in love with an actress. Now, because of you, people are attaching my pictures to yours as well.'"

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First Published: 15 February, 2018 08:30 IST

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