While his adorable antics at the Indian Premier Leagues in the recent years had smitten everyone, Shah Rukh Khan‘s five-year-old AbRam was too annoyed with the camera flashes or so it seemed as the star kid hid his face before he made his way into the car, escorted by his nanny. Dressed in a pink shirt and a pair of denims, AbRam was spotted outside Otter Club in Bandra without SRK and Gauri Khan and looked disinterested as the camera got busy taking his pictures.

This, however, isn’t the first time AbRam wasn’t keen on posing for the cameras as previously, the cute little baby was seen hiding away from the paparazzi before crying in his car. Even at Aaradhya Bachchan’s birthday, junior Khan was seen screaming at the paparazzi with whom he had previously been a hit. The star kid definitely wants to steer clear from the constant gazing and prying eyes now it seems.

Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah

Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah

Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah

Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah

Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah

Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah

Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah

Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah

Not to be deterred, the paparazzi are unapologetically obsessed with star kids and while their love is returned by camera friendly Taimur Ali Khan, Sara Ali Khan, and Janhvi Kapoor, it seems like this love will now go unrequited when we talk of five-year-old AbRam Khan. Keeping a tab on every little thing celebs do, the paps ensure that the fans are intrinsically up to the date by trying to get all the deets whether it be their first steps to the playschool or whether they are hitting the gym.

A couple of days back, little cutie AbRam was snapped outside his school for his annual day function. AbRam was dressed up in red and white, after dancing to Shah Rukh’s Yeh Taara and instantly reminded us of SRK’s cameo in Tubelight. On the other hand, Shah Rukh’s recent release, Zero, directed by Aanand L Rai, is attracting mixed response from the audience and in a recent interview, Shah Rukh expressed his excitement to see his son’s reaction while seeing it.

“I assume that at age five, you become a little sensible and so this will be my first film that could probably appeal to him. (Jab) Harry Met Sejal was a little adult for a kid and Fan was probably scary for him… he was just three then. So maybe Zero will be the first film of mine that he will like or dislike” said King Khan.