Suhana Khan Looks Like A Princess Donning Indian Ensembles At A Family Wedding
Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan‘s daughter, Suhana Khan has got quite a fan following already. The 17-year-old is quite a head turner. Anything she wears or anywhere she goes becomes trending news. Perhaps, that’s why it isn’t surprising that the teenage star kid’s latest pics from a family wedding has taken over the internet, giving us all major fashion goals. While the rest of the world was busy celebrating New Years, Gauri Khan and Suhana were busy attending a family wedding. Suhana, who is usually seen in stylish western outfits, was seen sporting traditional Indian attires at all the functions right from maroon, sage green to pink lehengas and boy did she look gorgeous!
The wedding took place in New Delhi, (SRK and Gauri’s hometown), which had Suhana don a sage green lehenga, hand embroidered with silken thread and crystal accents, designed by Monisha Jaising. Ahead of the wedding, she took part in the other functions, which had her wear floral pink lehenga (designed by Sohail Khan’s wife, Seema Khan) and a maroon lehenga on two separate occassions. To say that she looked gorgeous in all the wedding ensembles won’t be a gross exaggeration. On the other hand, Gauri who was spotted wearing a dark blue and gold sari, looked stunning as ever. In one of the pics, she is looking absolutely adorable sitting beside her dad. Take a look at the pics below : (ALSO READ : Shah Rukh Khan: I Want to See Mithali Raj Coach Men’s Cricket Team)
Suhana, much like her father, wants to venture into the world of films. She has done a lot of theatre and plays in college. Recently, veteran actress Shabana Azmi was all praises for the teenager after watching a short clip of her acting. She had tweeted to SRK, “Mark my words #SuhanaKhan is going to be a seriously good actor. I’ve watched a short clip of her acting and it was terrific. Bless her.” King Khan, on the other hand, was quoted during an interview as saying that Suhana doesn’t want to learn acting from him, instead wants to be an actor in her own right. “Suhana is more theatre-oriented and has been doing plays in college. She can be an actor if she has the passion and guts to work five times harder than me and get paid 10 times less than I do, if times don’t change for women actors. I want her to experience what my female co-stars have gone through. My daughter will be an actor like them and I want to feel the pain,” he had said.