Aaradhya Bachchan's behaviour with the paparazzi at the Akash Ambani Shloka Mehta wedding reception was kind of unexpected

Celeb kids grow up amidst the paparazzi glare just the way the 90s kids grew up with Television and mobile phones. Seven-year-old Aaradhya Bachchan is no stranger to high-profile events and the flashlights. Here’s what happened when the Bachchan granddaughter walked the green carpet at the Akash Ambani Shloka Mehta wedding reception.

She’s got an exuberant smile with eyes opened wide whenever the cameras go click-click-click at her. And this time too, when she walked in, hand-in-hand with both father Abhishek Bachchan and mother Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, she was all energetic to pose for the shutterbugs. Albeit, too many instructions got on her nerves and the little kiddo, ended up with a mini tantrum that lasted for about a second or so.

Apparently (and also as a matter-of-habit-and-the-need-of-the-hour), the photographers — in their usual manner — kept on showering directions at Aaradhya to look left and right and front and centre for their respective lenses. Bombarded with a sea of instructions, Miss Bachchan chanelled her inner diva and rolled her eyes that clearly expressed – ‘what-the-hell-ya-where-do-you-want-me-to-look-i-am-not-a-robot’!!

As she rolled her eyes, both Aishwarya and Abhishek were seen whispering to her as to how to keep her calm as well as kind of oblige the cameras — both at the same time.

Here’s a quick video — that has apparently taken the netizens by storm given the way the little diva behaved — showing us what exactly happened. Take a look…

This little celeb kid is not just an extra dollop of unadulterated cuteness, she also seems to be someone who’s not going to gulp down non-sense in an instant go. Don’t you think? Either ways, here’s a thumbs up for the antics.

Meanwhile, all is well that ends well. Post her interaction with the paps (paparazzi), the trio posed beautifully for the cameras and their photographs looked no less than an incredible family portrait.