Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana shared a mirror selfie on Saturday. The starkid has yet to start a career in films, but his fan is only growing.
In the photo she shared, she could be seen taking a selfie at the mirror, all dressed in smart casual clothes. Suhana’s photos and videos are highly regarded by her fans and she regularly shares them on social media. A look at her Instagram page will show a wide variety of photos. Usually she keeps her captions brief but it’s not like she hesitates to express her opinion on the issues of the day.
The only question close to his heart in colourism. While writing her thoughts on the matter, she once wrote a long post. She said: “There is a lot going on right now and this is one of the issues we need to resolve !! it’s not just about me, it’s about every young girl / boy who has grown up feeling inferior for no reason. Here are some of the comments on my appearance. I have been told that I have been ugly because of my complexion, by adult men and women, since I was 12. Aside from the fact that these are real adults, the sad thing is that we are all Indians, which automatically makes us brown – yes we have different undertones, but it doesn’t matter how hard you try to get away from melanin, you can’t. “
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“Hating your own people just means you are painfully insecure. I’m sorry if social media, Indian matchmaking or even your own families have convinced you that if you are not 5-7 and fair you are not beautiful. Hope it helps to know that I am am 5 “3 and am brown and extremely happy about it and you should be too. #endcolourism. “
The post received a lot of support from Suhana from her many fans online and also industry friends of her family. Director Zoya Akhtar, wife of actor Sanjay Kapoor Maheep, eldest son of Saif Ali Khan, Ibrahim, and aunt of actor Ananya Panday, Deanne have spoken out in support. But the best compliment came from her mother, interior designer and filmmaker Gauri Khan. Speaking to The Bharat Express News, she said, “I think it’s time we stopped discriminating on the basis of our skin color, and I’m proud of her for standing up for herself.
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