Fake Friendly Fridays is a section where we pick a famous personality and throw fake questions at him/her and in return, we receive fake answers. Why should you not take it seriously? Because it is fake.
If you still didn’t get it: This is a fake interview written purely on the basis of the author’s imagination of how the actual interview would have been if we got the chance to interview these famous (for all the wrong reasons) personalities in real. In short, just have a good laugh!
We’ve been trying to approach the chhota nawaab, Taimur Ali Khan for a (FAKE) interview for quite some time now. After months of invitations, requests and a lot more, we finally have him here with us.
And so, without further ado, please welcome Bollywood’s favorite kid (sorry, Ranbir), none other than Taimur Ali Khan (or I’ll stick with just Taimur, because come on, it’s not fair on this kid).
*audience goes uh-la-la as the curtains open and the cute, little kid Taimur is seen sitting comfortably on the sofa*
ED: Thank you for joining us, Taimur! You’re blessed to have perhaps the best set of genes possible on the planet, and so are we, to have you here.
*some journalists in the audience are heard cheering as they seem to have got some new story material*
ED: Um, okay. That was a nice gesture. Talking about gestures, we’ve heard that you and your mother are sad these days because you guys can’t kiss Papa Saif’s cheeks anymore because of his beard. What do you have to say?
Taimur: *stretches his arms and offers a smile*
*audience goes crazy to catch a glimpse of Taimur’s smile while Taimur looks at them in amusement*
ED: Well, you don’t seem to be too concerned about it. There’s something that concerns me, though. While the average package that my University offers is 6 lakhs per annum at best, we’ve heard that your nanny earns more than 18 lakhs per annum, excluding bonuses. What sort of services does she offer?
Taimur: PaPaPaPa…. *indistinct mumbles*
*audience cheers to have heard something from Taimur’s mouth while the journalists in the house are heard typing their latest Taimur story*
ED: That wasn’t so clear, Taimur. But yes, we know that your Papa is rich. Wish I can assist your nanny with something and get paid for it, hehehe.
Anyway, we’ve heard that you will star in the remake of Student Of The Year alongside Abram Khan and Aaradhya Bachchan, directed by Karan Johar’s son, Yash Johar. We can’t wait for it!
*audience goes wild at the prospect of this SOTY remake*
Taimur: *gives a clueless expression as he can’t seem to understand what’s going on*
ED: Don’t worry, Taimur. We don’t know what we are doing here either. By the way, your wardrobe is a better topic of discussion than your father’s career. What do you have to say?
*sounds of ‘uhhhhhh’ from the audience*
Taimur: *starts crying*
*sounds of ‘awwww’ from the audience*
ED: Oops! That’s not what we wanted, Taimur. We’re so sorry, we didn’t mean to make you cry.
*Taimur’s 18-LPA-earning nanny appears on the stage, picks him up from the sofa and disappears*
ED: What? Why? Um, okay. I think that’s it from our side. Thank you for joining us for this (FAKE) interview. We hope you enjoyed this.
*runs before Papa Saif comes chasing me*
Design Credits: Pourush Sachdeva
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