Suhana Khan, Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter, has turned to the world of glamour and how. The 18-year-old is now the face of The Vogue fashion magazine’s August edition and daddy Shah Rukh couldn’t have been prouder. “Holding her in my arms again thanks to Vogue. ‘What imperfect carriers of love we are…” except when it comes to our kids. So sending you a large hug and also all my love. Hello Suhana Khan!” Composed SRK as he started the cover of August edition of style magazine Vogue on Tuesday.
Oozing confidence and oomph in each shot, Suhana appears every little magnificent in her first ever photoshoot. At a glimpse of this shoot tweeted by Gauri, the youthful and energetic Suhana shared she has crooked fingers, is binge-watching “Black Mirror on Netflix” and one personality trait she shares her dad is their “bashful nature.” The magazine describes as”Student, theater lover, future celebrity.”
Unveiling the cover, actor Shah Rukh said,”I expect it is not taken as an entitlement because she appears to be Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter but I expect it is seen as a duty that Suhana now has. She’s 18. She is beautiful, delicate, sweet and incredibly shy but also extremely strong. And I only want to thank you all who were behind all this and also for making her look so nice. I will be pleased with her when she’s proud of herself and the job she does and Insha’Allah she will accomplish that.”
While giving her career’s first meeting, Suhana told Vogue about her passion for acting. “I don’t think there was any one moment when I decided. Because I was young, I would do all these impressions and accents. But my parents just realized I was seriously interested in acting when they found a performance of mine for the very first time. In the same interview, Shah Rukh has shown that he has no plans to provide girl Suhana a launchpad. He explained,”Suhana is not working towards a guarantee of being throw. She is working towards being a performer, and she knows that. I keep insisting that I do not desire them designed as celebrities, I want them to be started when they are good-enough actors.”