Shah Rukh Khan, known for being a doting father, expressed his heartfelt wishes for his daughter Suhana Khan on her 23rd birthday. He shared an endearing video of Suhana twirling in a skating rink, showcasing her joy and carefree spirit. Suhana appeared relaxed and stylish in casual attire, effortlessly flipping her hair while wearing skating boots. Alongside the video, the renowned actor wrote a loving message, stating, “Today is the day to get your Happy On…and forever. Love you baby.” Shah Rukh Khan’s birthday wish for his daughter demonstrates his deep affection and adoration for Suhana.
Shah Rukh Khan, a proud and supportive father, recently celebrated his daughter Suhana Khan’s achievement as one of the four new faces of Maybelline, a renowned cosmetic brand. In response to her big gig, Shah Rukh Khan shared an adorable video of Suhana from the launch event, with the iconic song “Pretty Woman” from his film Kal Ho Naa Ho playing in the background. The superstar expressed his congratulations in the caption, praising Suhana for being well-dressed, well-spoken, and well-raised. He affectionately referred to her as his “lil lady in red” and showered her with love. Suhana, touched by her father’s post, replied in the comments section, expressing her love and adding multiple hearts and kisses emojis.
Last year, when the first look of Suhana’s debut film “The Archies” was revealed, Shah Rukh Khan wrote a heartwarming message. He encouraged Suhana, emphasizing that she doesn’t need to be perfect but should always be herself. He advised her to be kind and generous as an actor and reminded her that the criticism and praise she receives are not something she should hold onto. Shah Rukh Khan acknowledged that a part of her would always remain on screen but assured her that it belongs to her. He acknowledged her progress and encouraged her to continue making people smile. Signing off as “Another Actor,” he wished her success with the words “Now let there be Light… Camera and Action!”
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