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AWWW! THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE GONNA SAY AFTER A GLIMPSE OF KUNAL & SOHA'S LITTLE ANGEL

By Siddharth Singh . 25th December 2017 09:43pm
AWWW! THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE GONNA SAY AFTER A GLIMPSE OF KUNAL & SOHA'S LITTLE ANGEL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YOmzGHq7p8 Actor Kunal Kemmu and his actress wife Soha Ali Khan were blessed with a baby girl on October 6, 2017. It was the ninth day of Navratri (Navmi) when the little angel gave all the happy reasons for life to her celeb mommy and daddy. The couple named their daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu. Inaaya stands for "help", "support", and "care". Earlier when the duo took pictures of their little munchkin to social media, it was simply set ablaze. And today once again daddy Kunal has shared another beautiful picture of his 2 months-old-daughter on Instagram. And the netizens can just not keep calm. Hurry up! check the picture right here. Kunal captioned it as;

It’s a merry Christmas everyday when you got the best gift in the world look at you with so much love #merrychristmas
https://www.instagram.com/p/BdHa_LRhQmv/?taken-by=khemster2 What's even more interesting is that baby Inaaya has got hazel eyes, just like her cousin Taimur Ali Khan. And with that tiny ponytail on her head, it's just cuteness overload. While Taimur's mommy and daddy Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan have hazel green and brown eye colour respectively. Little Inaaya's mom and dad Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan both share dark brown eye colour. [caption id="attachment_26098" align="alignnone" width="700"]Baby Taimur and Baby Inaaya Baby Taimur and Baby Inaaya[/caption] Let's see the science behind such eye colours. As per www.allaboutvision.com
Hazel eyes are a bit of a mystery.

For starters, people describe this magnificent eye color in many different ways. 
Some say it looks like hazelnut, while others call it golden or brownish green. 
One of the reasons it's so hard to describe hazel-colored eyes is that the hue 
itself seems to change, depending on what you wear and the type of lighting you 
are in.

To complicate matters further, although hazel eyes appear to contain hues of green, 
amber and even blue, these color pigments don't exist in the human eye. So where 
does this stunning color come from?

Hazel Eyes Are A Work Of Art

Hazel eye color is both complex and magnificent, since its specific features are 
determined by so many factors — including the amount and distribution of melanin 
in the iris, how scattering of light by the iris and pigment molecules affects 
color, and how perception of eye color is influenced by lighting and the color of 
our clothing and surroundings.

Just as it takes many strokes of the artist's brush to produce a masterpiece, hazel 
eyes involve the dynamics of several elements to create the unique work of art 
that's represented in every hazel eye.

If you wear eyeglasses, choose lenses with anti-reflective coating to eliminate 
distracting reflections in your glasses and allow others to see the beauty of your 
hazel eye color.