Most Stylish Indian Celebrity Kids

By siliconindia   |   Friday, 09 December 2011, 12:19 Hrs
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Bangalore: Celebrities are always known for their great style sense. To create a great fashion statement, the Indian celebrities invest huge amount of money, as some of them opt to shop from the best shopping destinations in the world. Over the years the media has always tried to spot the celebrities in their most stylish avatars. Apart from squandering money on themselves, many celebrities spend huge amounts of money on their kid’s apparel, as they equally want them to look good. Listed below are the celebrity kids who are cited to be the most stylish celebrity kids of India.


1.Samaira Kapur: Referred to as the B’ towns best dressed kid, Samaira Kapur, tops the list. Samaira is the daughter of the Bollywood’s blue eyed diva Karishma Kapoor, who is always known for her great fashion sense. The little girl’s favorite brand from the beginning has been Barbie clothing line.  Samaira is pampered like a princess, and of course she has a princess like heavenly wardrobe. It is speculated that like her mom Karisma and aunt Kareena, Samaira will also grow up as a stylish personality.

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