Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput‘s little girl Misha is undoubtedly Bollywood’s most adorable doll and has a fan following of her own. She knows how to steal attention and hearts; Misha is one of the most trending star kids on social media and precisely why more than Bollywood star Shahid Kapoor and wife Mira Kapoor, people are keen on knowing what their cute little toddler is up to. Misha has never failed to impress her fans with her cuteness and antics. Shahid’s little girl’s latest video, where she is seen playing drums has definitely made us happy. Also Read - Shahid Kapoor to Make His OTT Debut With Action-Thriller Film Based on Operation Cactus

Earlier today, we got our hands on a cute video of Misha with mommy Mira. Yes, Mira Rajput had shared a cute video of her daughter Misha on her Instagram story. In the video, it seems that Misha is trying her hand in drumming. Isn’t that the cutest sight? Misha looked insanely cute as she plays the drums and I am sure fans can’t stop gushing over the tiny tot. Also Read - Ishaan Khatter Says He's Not 'Irked' About Being Recognised as Shahid Kapoor's Brother

Mira, who is not at all pleased about the paps constantly clicking her daughter’s pictures, had earlier told a leading daily, “As far as media attention is concerned, I know it’s going to happen. I can’t keep Misha behind closed doors all the time. I want her to have a normal childhood. I want her to know that she has the privileges that she has because of her father. She has to respect that. I just hope that she doesn’t get swept away by the tide.” Also Read - Found Myself Little More! Shahid Kapoor's Wish For Wifey Mira Kapoor on Their Wedding Anniversary is Pure Love

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She added, “Obviously, I want to share what Misha does with my family and friends. Shahid also wants to do so with his friends and family. She is our pride, but there is always a line. I want to protect her as much as I can.” Mira also took to her micro-blogging site to share Mira took to express her displeasure about the same. She wrote, “Guys please be kind. Let kids enjoy their childhood and leave the photographing to the parents.”