Gauri Khan along with her dashing son Aryan Khan reached Ambani house to be a part of Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta engagement bash.
The 19-year-old handsome Aryan was just looking like a younger edition of his loving daddy Shah Rukh Khan. Just like always, King Khan arrived separately to attend the special bash.
It was the night when the media people and bystanders came to know about the fact that a new King Khan is all set to rock Bollywood soon.
When the stylish boy got down from his vehicle and gave special poses with his dearest mom, Gauri, photographers and the media people waiting there got confused to differentiate him from SRK himself.
They couldn’t believe the fact that Aryan bears a resemblance to his dad so much that it’s tough to distinguish him in just a second. He is just the copy of his dad and his conversion in all these years has been amazing.
From the dad’s sweetheart to someone who is all set to rock the Bollywood, Aryan has confirmed why he is the next King Khan in waiting.
Aryan who frequently shies away from being snapped, made an exception at Akash’s engagement bash as he gave special poses with his mother.
He boasts of the same appealing appearance and attractive personality.
Those who are Aryan’s die-hard buffs would have witnessed Aryan becoming an adult, and witnessed his journey from early days to maturity.
In his previous talk, King Khan was heard boasting regarding his eldest son and disclosed what’s that one suggestion that Aryan gave him for little AbRam.
He said, “My kids joke about me being a star (in a nice way). If they see me telling my team that, ‘Guys, this has to be done by 9 pm!’ suddenly, Aryan will say…’Ohh…S..R..K!’ They know that I don’t take stardom seriously, so they can make fun of it. They don’t say it, but I know that my family is bothered about my future.
Like Aryan said, “You have to be a big star baba because AbRam should not be bereft of it. He is so young and he has not seen your stardom yet, we have seen it’. He tells me that I should work hard and AbRam should have the same upbringing that they had.”
He said, “You have to work harder, as you doing all this isn’t the same as me doing well, or mama doing something well or Suhana doing well. It’s not the same when baba does something well. So, you have to look healthy and strong.”