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Shah Rukh talks about Suhana Khan’s debut

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Shah Rukh Khan opens up on rumours of Suhana making her movie debut. He says that just because she is out doesn't mean she wants to be an actress!

There have been endless speculations about Shah Rukh Khan‘s kids Aryan and Suhana and whether they will follow their father’s footsteps and enter the world of showbiz. They have been hogging the limelight with their public appearances. Shah Rukh has always made it clear that both his children have to complete their graduation before they decide what they have to do with their lives.

Suhana was recently clicked with SRK at Gauri Khan’s restaurant launch, and she looked nothing less than a diva. A set of people even went to say that she looked Bollywood ready. But SRK doesn’t quite agree with these statements. Like every year, SRK decided to celebrate Eid with the media and it is during this interaction, the superstar said that just because his daughter is stepping out, doesn’t mean she wants to be an actress.

Recently, Suhana also attended the special screening of Salman Khan’s Tubelight. But things took a turn for worse, when the 16-year old literally got trapped by the media. It was all fine in the beginning, but then something majorly ticked her off and she rushed into the venue and tried hiding her face as she approached the elevators. But there, too, the photographers hounded her, despite seeing that she is not comfortable.

SRK was obviously quite upset with the behaviour of the paparazzi towards his daughter. But then he calmly requested the photographers to take pictures of his kids carefully. “I request everybody with love, I understand it is your job but they are not movie stars, they just happen to be a movie stars children and I think they are very respectful and decent. When they come out with me I make sure they stand with me and pose because I know it is meant to be important.”

He further stated, “I request that if you see them publicly two things- first don’t assume that they can handle media frenzy because they get awkward too, and also don’t assume that they want to be actors. So, no, my children will finish the studies, in my house, the minimum qualification is to graduate, otherwise no entry in my home. If they want to be an actor, they will have to study to be an actor. So there is a long way to go yaar.”

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