What Makes These 25 Celeb Kids Unique?

What Makes These 25 Celeb Kids Unique?

Well! Its their names.

When a celebrity child is born, the first thing next to their gender that creates curiosity is their name. While some of these names are rare and unique in their pronunciations and meanings, they do initiate a trend that sets in the common world wherein people start using these names for their babies too. Let’s look at some of the bollywood  kids  with the most unusual names we wouldn't possibly have thought of.


Arik Rampal

Arjun Rampal and girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades recently welcomed their baby boy into the world and named him Arik. Arik means - 'complete ruler; lion of God'



Model-turned-actress Gul Panag and Rishi Attari are parents to a baby boy, whom they've named Nihal. Nihal means- “Joyous or Successful”



Sameera Reddy has named her daughter Nyra after Goddess Saraswati and adds that the name has relevance in Hebrew and American traditions too.



Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu named their daughter Inaaya, which means a 'gift from God' or 'one to behold'.



Mohit Suri and Udita Goswami have named their first-born Devee a variant transcription of Devi which means Goddess.



Mohit Suri and Udita Goswami have named their second child - a baby boy - Karrma which means “Deeds”


Tegh Sonik

Singer Sunidhi Chauhan welcomed her first child, a baby boy, with husband Hitesh Sonik on January 1, 2018. The couple have chosen a rather unusual name for their child - Tegh which means “One Who Wields The Sword”.



Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput's cute little prince has an unique name too - Zain. The name Zain stands for grace and beauty.



Radhya is the first-born of actress Esha Deol and husband Bharat Takhtani. It means that when Lord Krishna worships Radha, it’s called Radhya.



Esha Deol and husband Bharat Takhtani's second child Miraya was born in June 2019. Miraya means a devotee of Lord Krishna.



Bollywood actor Neil Nitin Mukesh and his wife Rukmini named their first child Nurvi Neil Mukesh. Nurvi has origins in the Sanskrit language which mean precious.


Areeza and Arham

Actress Chhavi Mittal and director Mohit Hussein are proud parents of a daughter and son. Areeza means 'Evergreen , another name of goddess parvati' . While Arham means “most merciful, most kind, most compassionate”



Barun Sobti and his wife Pashmeen Manchana have named their daughter Sifat which means precious.



Known to be one of the most adorable couples, Riteish-Genelia became parents for the second time to a baby boy once again and named him Rahyl which means a traveller.



Another couple in Bollywood, Imran and Avantika, welcomed their first child on June 9, 2014. They chose a beautiful name - ‘Imara’ for their daughter which means “to enliven”



Mr. Perfectionist aka Aamir Khan certainly puts on his thinking cap in whatever he does. Coming to his son, who was born via surrogacy, Aamir decided to name him ‘Azad Rao Khan’. Apparently he has been named after Aamir’s great granduncle Maulana Azad, who was a famous freedom fighter.



Hrithik and Sussanne have also chosen unique Indian names for their sons. Hridhaan means 'a person with a big heart’.



Hrithik an Susaane’s second son is named as Hrehaan which is a variation of the Arabic word Rehan, which means ‘God’s chosen one’.



Our 'Khiladi' Akshay Kumar has named his second kid, a daughter as Nitara which means ‘having deep roots’.



Ajay Devgn and Kajol have named their daughter Nysa (Greek word), which means ‘goal’ or a new beginning.



Sanjay Dutt and Manyata Dutt's son has been named as Shahraan which means “moon like”.



Sanjay Dutt and Manyata Dutt's also have a daughter whom they have named as Iqra which means “read”.


Akira & Shakya

Farhan Akhtar and his renowned hairstylist wife Adhuna Bhabani named their daughters - Akira and Shakya. Akira is a Japanese name that means ‘bright and intelligent’ while Shakya means a ‘circle of energy’.


Inspired by Salman Rushdie’s book Haroun and the Sea of Stories, Konkona and Ranvir named their son based on the same. Haroon, means ‘hope’ in Sanskrit and ‘protector or chief’ in Arabic.
Naming a child is a challenge that parents everywhere have to face at least once. And, as many of us know, it can be a seriously daunting task! How about choosing one from the list above? Aren’t these beautifully unique?


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