Shahrukh Khan’s daughter, Suhana, returned to New York for her studies after staying in Mumbai and Dubai during a hiatus due to Kovid-19. Suhana studies at the Tisk School of the Arts at New York University. Meanwhile, Suhana’s cousin Alia Chiba shared an old photo of her with Suhana.
Sharing her two photos with Suhana, Alia wrote, “Follow the disco ball”. In the photo, the two sisters pose for the camera. Suhana wears a cropped top with jeans, while Alia wears black clothes.
Suhana has a lot of fans on Instagram. Suhana used to share her photos on social media even during the outbreak. Recently, she also posted a mirror selfie after arriving in New York City.
In this photo, she is seen wearing a zebra print top. The style of the color of her nails in the photo attracts people. The ring finger nails are painted in a different style to their nails seen in the photo, while the rest of the nails are painted black. The reactions of many people have been seen in this photo. These include Abhi Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya, actor Elli Avram, actor Maheep Kapoor.
Apart from that, Suhana also shared the “Boomerang” of her college library and the streets of New York in another post.
Shahrukh’s daughter Suhana posted a glamorous Zebra Top pic, Bachchan’s granddaughter Navya made this comment
It’s not that Suhana only shares glamorous photos of herself. It has also happened on several occasions that they have also given their opinion on matters of public interest. As he wrote on color and race. Sharing a photo of himself and Suhana, he recounted how he had to cope with his growing age.
Suhana wrote, “There is a lot going on now and this is one of the issues we need to resolve. It’s not just about me, it’s about every young girl / boy who has to suffer from an inferiority complex for no reason. Here are some comments on my color and texture. When I was 12, adult men and women described me as ugly because of my skin tone. It is very sad that we are all Indians, we are all saved by ourselves. Yes, we were born of different colors, but that’s okay. We are all humans. “