We already know about starving Indian media outlets and their insane obsession with Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s son Taimur Ali Khan. Or star kids in general. But now it’s actually getting out of hand.
Recently, a well respected mainstream media outlet Deccan Chronicle published a news article in which they tried to play matchmakers for Taimur Ali Khan and Misha Kapoor. Yep, they are trying to set up two young kids now. Bombay Times published a similar article. *slow claps*
Like that was not enough, another famous media outlet ‘Peeping Moon’ tried to sexualize Misha Kapoor.
Read the article:here
An eight month old baby was raped in Delhi last week, and here we have Indian media talking about a young kid’s sex appeal. Let that sink in.
People on Twitter are rightly calling out the media outlets for their growing bullshit. Here’s what they are saying:
Sex appeal of a two year old! Who is writing this copy! pic.twitter.com/A6hc4qEEZN
— Sarita A Tanwar (@SaritaTanwar) February 6, 2018
things are getting out of hands now.. https://t.co/4tcUbpd4K1
— Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) February 5, 2018
— Od (@odshek) February 6, 2018
Which perverted paedophile wrote this shit?
— Vivek S Nambiar (@ivivek_nambiar) February 6, 2018
Misha will bring her angelic "sex appeal"? WTF?
And Taimur is a party animal? Already? Seriously who the hell is writing all this crap. https://t.co/BGeEsnopcJ
— Sanjana Agnihotri (@Sanjanagnihotri) February 6, 2018
Once you have read this you can't read anything else. "Shahid and Mira Kapoor’s pouty daughter Misha, another internet sensation, will bring her angelic sex appeal to this Baby Bash." Done for the day!
— Tushar Joshi (@TusharrJoshi) February 6, 2018
— Ratnakar Sadasyula(రత్నాకర్ సదస్యుల) (@GabbarSanghi) February 6, 2018
What do you think? Let's discuss.. pic.twitter.com/maURgbItrR
— The Frustrated Indian (@FrustIndian) February 5, 2018
I am really excited..Will Misha and Taimur come closer? Or to be born kid of Ranveer Singh would add another side to this Love Triangle.. Can't wait for another 24 years to sort this mystery out pic.twitter.com/ZDm7xPSb52
— Aladdin (@Alllahdin) February 5, 2018
1998: "I'll bet in 2018 we'll have flying cars"
— the aalsi indian (@aalsidesi) February 6, 2018