- Twinkle Khanna's daughter refuses to get her hair trimmed
- 'Should I snip it at night and blame the braid chopping entity,' she said
- 'Please don't distress the baby,' said one Twitter user
Barely had Twinkle tweeted than social media erupted with reactions. Some giggled while a lot of others think it's no laughing matter. A Twitter user wrote in comments, "Please don't distress the baby" while another added, "Trust is primary. It's just hair."
The baby refuses to trim her hair!Should I snip it at night & blame the braid chopping entity who it seems has now moved to bombay as well?— Twinkle Khanna (@mrsfunnybones) August 9, 2017
Here are some reactions:
Please don't dis-tress the baby. Her grandma will be displeased for sure— Zentosh (@zentosh) August 9, 2017
Nope. Trust is primary. It's just hair.— Magenta (@funnythotz) August 9, 2017
No, keep trying it will be better policy in long term— Amit Mandloi . (@amit2nirvana) August 9, 2017
One person said that this may give Nitara 'nightmares' but totally lost track by suggesting Twinkle should bribe her daughter into a haircut with candy (facepalm).
Cutting her hair while she's asleep may give her nightmares. Have you tried offering her favorite candies or toy that she would agree on?— Afsheen (@Jaania76) August 9, 2017
There were others who gave Twinkle Khanna some suggestions on how to tackle the hairy problem.
Get a bald barbie and suggest she donates her hair for her wig and pray she does not have your smart wit!— Animesh Chanchani (@achanchani) August 9, 2017
One follower warned Twinkle of media intervention in case of 'braid chopping':
Expect news channels at your door step next morning— ItellU (@MEHTABhasker) August 9, 2017
Twinkle is a former actress and has made films like Mela with Aamir Khan, Jab Pyaar Kissi Se Hota Hai with Salman Khan and Badshah with Shah Rukh Khan. Twinkle Khanna quit acting after 2001 film Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega. She has co-produced films like Patiala House and Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty.
Twinkle Khanna is the author of Mrs FunnyBones (a collection of her columns) and The Legend Of Lakshmi Prasad.