India's most love child celebrated his first birthday yesterday at Pataudi Palace with close family and friends. The pictures posted by Karisma Kapoor and other fan clubs were too adorable to handle.
But looks like one person gave it a miss. And it's none other than Saif Ali Khan's sister Soha Ali Khan.
Yes, the actress was busy promoting her book and gave the celebration a miss.
While she posted about the book launch on social media, we wonder why she didn't post anything for Taimur on Instagram. Nevertheless, we missed Soha Ali Khan and her beautiful daughter Inaaya (who is just 3 months old) at Taimur's first birthday.
When Soha Ali Khan was asked if Inaaya and Taimur have met in one of the media interactions,, she said: "They have met, of course. But the first time they had met, she was too small, and didn't recognise people or focus on any one person. It's lovely when she focuses on your face. Now there's a bit of recognition. It will take time for playdates between Taimur and her. They have met on multiple occasions, but we are waiting for her to be old enough, and we are looking forward to that."
Recently at the book launch, Kareena Kapoor spoke about Soha and said: "I have rarely been intimidated by anyone and media knows. But if there's one person in the family I am completely in awe of, it is Soha. I'm always a little nervous when I am having dinner with Saif and Soha, I'm like Oh my God, I am never going to understand this conversation," Kareena said.
"If Kunal can't, there's no way I can! Soha has always been so polite, like 'Hi, what's up, did you buy anything, so what's the gossip?' I'm like, 'Oh God, I feel so small and lame!' But it's okay. I think we have found our way," she added.
"If there's anyone in the family who we all can turn to, when Amma (Sharmila) is all worked up, if there's one person that can control the situation, that's Soha. I truly believe that she is the torch-bearer of the family and this title doesn't do justice (to her) because famous or no famous, she is the grounding on which all of us stand," she said.