Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan is a graduate now. An image from his convocation ceremony from the University of Southern California (USC) has gone viral on social media. Also Read – PBKS Star Shah Rukh Khan Reveals How Talking to MS Dhoni Was Special
Aaryan Khan, who was part of the category of 2020, is now a graduate within the Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cinematic Arts, Film and Television manufacturing, School of Cinematic Arts. While the image from the convocation ceremony went viral, one factor that caught everybody’s consideration is his title, which was talked about as Aryan Shah Rukh Khan on the ceremony. Also Read – Kangana Ranaut Gets Trolled For Comparing Her Journey With Shah Rukh Khan And Saying ‘His Parents Were Involved in Films’
After the image went viral, a number of followers took to the remark part showering love and congratulating Aaryan. Also Read – Nora Fatehi And Punit Pathak’s Steamy Chemistry on ‘Janam Janam’ is Unmissable | Watch
Aaryan Khan is Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s eldest son. In an interview. King of Romance had earlier revealed that that Aryan desires to grow to be a director since he doesn’t need anybody to check him to his father.
Shah Rukh Khan has repeatedly spoken about his bond together with his youngsters particularly Aaryan. Earlier talked about how his conversations with Aaryan are like and stated, “When I am with Aryan sometimes, we just lay down in our shorts without our shirts and we crack some dirty jokes. He gets really excited telling me about gaalis he’s learned. I’m from Delhi and I’ve also been that age and my vocabulary of Hindi gaalis is fantastic. So when he tells me one, I tell him that I’ll teach him another version of it. So that’s cool.”
On the work entrance, Shah Rukh will subsequent be seen in Siddharth Anand’s ‘Pathan’ together with Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. The film can even have a particular cameo by Salman Khan.
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