Shah Rukh Khan
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On the eve of Eid-Al-Adha, Shah Rukh Khan posted a photo of his little baby boy AbRam Khan on Twitter.

Ever since the news of Shah Rukh extending his family with Gauri Khan broke out, the world has been waiting to catch a glimpse of the toddler. Born on 27 May 2013, AbRam is the couple's third child after Aryan (16) and Suhana (14).

Born through surrogacy, SRK's decision to bring in a new child surprisingly drew a lot of flak. From accusing the couple of carrying out a sex determination test to critiquing their idea of bringing in a new life instead of adopting, the birth of the toddler has unwillingly been a part of the media.

The actor, who was clearly upset with the kind of headlines his then new-born baby was making, opened up about the matter only recently.

"It is one of the only things that has made me uncomfortable in my career is you take on a child who is sick when he was born and make it an issue... I find it very disgraceful. I am a movie star, disgrace me but not my kids," he told PTI in an interview in August 2014.

Always protecting the toddler from the prying eyes of the paparazzi, he also added that he would introduce him when the time was right.

"One day if I feel to come out I will. My baby, my life... I feel awkward when people say why I don't bring him in public. I will do what I feel like. You can't put picture because I don't like it, I feel uncomfortable," the actor pointed out.

However, according to a recent buzz, a few international media houses were willing to pay the actor in return for the first pictures of AbRam. "However the Happy New Year actor and proud father was very clear that he didn't want to do anything of that sort. In fact he was heard saying that he would introduce AbRam to the world when the time was right," stated a Bollywood Life report.