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Suhana Khan shares glamorous pictures with cousin Alia Chhiba on her birthday

Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan is quite close to her cousin Alia Chhiba and dropped glamorous pictures on Instagram Stories on her birthday. Alia is the daughter of Gauri Khan’s brother Vikrant Chhiba.

Suhana Khan shared a series of photos on Sunday of Alia Chhibba’s birthday celebration. Both of them looked glammed up in the pictures.

Suhana Can be seen dressed in a black bodycon strapless dress, while Alia dons a maroon ensemble. She captioned her image “I love you forever and ever,” along with “With birthday girl, Alia Chhibba.”

Suhana Khan

Suhana Khan

Suhana just returned to India from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she was a student. Suhana expressed her goodbyes to New York in an Instagram picture in November of last year, where she had been living since 2019. She captioned a photo of a moving truck with the caption, “Don’t worry. Even if you leave New York, you will always be a New Yorker.”

Suhana is also quite close to her childhood friend Ananya Panday. Previously talking about her acting skills, Ananya said in an interview, “Suhana and I did a lot of plays together in school. I think she is such a good actor. I have learned so much from her. She is so good. So, I did not give her any tips. I am just taking tips from her.”

“I think she wants to finish her education and make the most of that and then whenever she wants to she will come back and act. She is really really talented and I can’t just wait,” she had added.

Suhana Khan wants to follow in her father Shah Rukh Khan’s footsteps and become an actress. She had made appearances in a London production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and in the short film The Grey Part Of Blue.
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