Rani Mukerji reveals the real reason why Adira was not clicked at her birthday party!


Bollywood actress Rani Mukherji and Aditya Chopra’s daughter Adira recently turns 2 years old on December 9. To celebrate her birthday, the star’s parents hosted a grand birthday bash for their baby girl.

The birthday bash was hosted at Yash Raj Studios, Mumbai and was attended by many A-listers of Bollywood including Shah Rukh Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sridevi, Karan Johar, Shilpa Shetty and many others.

Everyone was present looking their stylish best, however, the birthday girl along with her very elusive father was not seen anywhere.

Well, now the actress finally reveals the real reason why Adira was not clicked at her birthday party.

Talking about this to News 18, Rani said, “It is single handedly my husband’s decision. In this, he has no interest in taking my advice or my opinion. This department, he is like NO, I don’t want her pictures. And for me, it’s very important that when you are in a relationship, there are times when I would say that OK, this is IT and you have to listen and the same with him. You choose your battles. I keep telling him that one fine day she is going to be clicked and ironically, she got clicked with the father and thank god it was not me. I would have got killed. But, I saw Adi’s look when that happened and believe me that everybody in my family and house were relieved that it was through Adi.”

She also revealed the reason and said, “The thing is that I have to respect Adi; he says that we need to give our child normal upbringing. Like, today when I send her to the beach she should go unnoticed because she won’t enjoy being on the beach if she is getting attention.”

Talking about the party, she added, “Adi’s reputation is so spoilt that everybody fears taking a picture with him because he blatantly says NO. I think that everybody was scared of taking her picture as they knew it wasn’t allowed or it wasn’t right. I wouldn’t mind Adira’s pictures and am happy that few of them have come out as well. But, I do understand Adi’s point of view and respect it.”