Akshay Kumar on Nitara, Aarav being papped: Breaks my heart to hear my daughter say she doesn’t want to go out

Akshay Kumar has turned 52 today and is planning to spend the day with his family on a holiday. In a recent interview, Akshay opened up about his daughter Nitara and son Aarav being papped in the city and what he feels about it. Check it out.
Akshay Kumar on Nitara, Aarav being papped: Breaks my heart to hear my daughter say she doesn’t want to go outAkshay Kumar on Nitara, Aarav being papped: Breaks my heart to hear my daughter say she doesn’t want to go out
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Often Bollywood stars get snapped in the city by the paparazzi and their photos are shared on social media. But, even their kids get snapped when they head out with their friends or family. At times, the star kids get subjected to a lot of criticism and nasty comments on social media for their looks and Speaking of this, Akshay Kumar has spoken about his kids, Aarav and Nitara being papped when they go out and about in the city. Often, Akshay’s son gets snapped when he is out with friends or after his training while Nitara gets clicked with family only. 

In a recent interview with Hindustan Times, Akshay spoke at length about his kids getting papped and being subjected to criticism to a point where Nitara and Aarav don’t want to head out. The Mission Mangal star revealed that his daughter Nitara hates flashing lights and often refuses to go out with family as she doesn’t want to get clicked. Akshay even revealed that Aarav too doesn’t like his sweaty photos being all over the internet. On the nasty comments on his kids' photos, Akshay came out strongly against trolls and mentioned that it’s not easy for star kids with so much criticism already. 

(Also Read: Akshay Kumar CONFIRMS doing Prithviraj Chauhan biopic; says ‘An honour to play one of the most fearless kings’)

Akshay said, “I feel trash talking anyone under 21 should be illegal. It’s sad that technology is tainted by people wanting to hurt, mock and humiliate others. As parents, we teach our kids to be thick-skinned and pity those who have the time to hurt others. Star kids have enough pressure in life; the world doesn’t need to increase it by trolling innocent children. It breaks my heart to hear my daughter say she doesn’t want to go out for family dinners because there will be paparazzi, and she hates the flashing lights. Or Aarav not wanting to come for a movie since he’s just finished training and doesn’t want to deal with people saying he looks tired or sweaty, on Instagram.”

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Kesari star even mentioned until Bollywood stars’ kids decide to be in the limelight, they shouldn’t be followed around or criticised publicly. Meanwhile, Akshay and his wife Twinkle Khanna and kids Nitara and Aarav were recently snapped at the airport when they were heading for his birthday vacation in London. The Mission Mangal has turned 52 today and has also confirmed doing Yash Raj Films’ project, Prithviraj which is based on Prithviraj Chauhan’s life. Aside to this, Akshay has two more releases this year including Housefull 4 and Good News. 

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