Suhana Khan: A new chapter at NYU begins

After completing her graduation from Ardingly College in England, Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan has joined class at New York University (NYU), a glimpse of her first day at school was shared by mom Gauri Khan in an Instagram post, which she deleted within an hour. However, the video has gone viral.

Before deleting her post, Gauri Khan had captioned the video: “A glimpse of a college freshman day. #NYU.” In the video, Suhana, dressed in denim shorts and a white tee, can be seen enthusiastically climbing up the stairs of what appears to be NYU. Suhana, who has keen interest to have a career in films, went to Mumbai’s Dhirubhai Ambani International School, after which she joined Ardingly College.

Her elder brother Aryan Khan is also studying films at University of Southern California. In her final term at Ardingly College, Suhana featured in a college short film. She also headlined a stage play “Romeo + Juliet” in London last year, which was attended by Shah Rukh Khan.

However, the 53-year-old superstar has given a mandate to Suhana that she can only pursue her Bollywood dreams after finishing studies. Meanwhile, Suhana’s BFF Ananya Panday, in an interview with IBTimes during her Bollywood debut “Student of the Year 2” couln’t help raving about Suhana’s acting skills.

She, Suhana and Suhana mostly hangs out with her BFFs — Ananya Panday and Shanaya Kapoor are said to be good friends and have been spotted hanging out together when Suhana would visit Mumbai.

Ananya told IBTimes that the three are like sister, “so, it’s the fun and fluffy stuff. But if anyone is making a film on three best friends, please cast Suhana, Shanaya and I - maybe a ‘Dil Chahta Hai 2’.”

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