A picture of Suhana and Agastya is doing rounds on the internet for all the right reasons. In the picture, the duo is seen posing with each other and trying out Snapchat filters.
Forget paparazzi, Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan has become everyone’s favorite star kid even before her big Bollywood debut. From her style quotient to her interest in sports, Suhana impresses everyone with her charm. After making huge headlines for her Vogue cover, the gorgeous diva is back in the news for her picture with friend and Amitabh Bachchan’s grandson Agastya Nanda.
A picture of Suhana and Agastya is doing rounds on the internet for all the right reasons. In the picture, the duo is seen posing with each other and it won’t be wrong to say that they are giving major BFF goals. Going by the picture, it looks like the soon to be stars are trying out filters from Snapchat. The duo looks as fresh as a daisy and we can’t stop gushing over them. Have a look at their picture here-
Aren’t they adorable? Suhana has been in the limelight every other day but her friend Agastya seems to be away from all the attention. He is currently pursuing his schooling abroad and as per reports, he is very keen on making a career in Bollywood. Agastya is interested in film-making and has made a short film which will be released on YouTube soon. This dedication of Agastya has impressed Amitabh Bachchan a lot and a close source to the family revealed to a portal that Big B is very keen to see Agastya becoming the third-generation actor in the Bachchan family.
The reports further revealed that when Big B and Jaya Bachchan saw the film they were super impressed. The two even feel that Agastya could be the first filmmaker in the family. However, unlike Agastya, sister Navya has no interest in the Bollywood industry.
Talking about the diva Suhana Khan, she has already started climbing the ladder in Bollywood. Recently she featured on the cover of Vogue and will soon make her Bollywood debut. Father Shah Rukh Khan has always mentioned that he wants his kids to complete their education after which they can take any career they want.