There is no wonder that women of all ages have a huge crush on superstar Shah Rukh Khan. There are very few who can actually give a tough competition to King Khan when it’s about mesmerizing the ladies. The number is even lesser when it’s about the upcoming generation. However, it seems that SRK is going to get tough competition not from outside but inside in home. Yes, we are talking about SRK’s handsome son Aryan Khan.
The speculations were high that Aryan will also follow his father’s footsteps. Recently, however, SRK revealed that Aryan doesn’t want to become an actor. A few months back Aryan came under fire from netizens when he asked SRK to maintain his stardom. In short, he is someone who always stays in limelight.
King Khan recently gave an interview to a publication where he spoke about different aspects of his life. On one of the topics, he also told about future plans of his kids. The ace actor revealed that Suhana wants to be an actor and she will be joining an institution for acting after finishing her current studies.
As for Aryan, he revealed that his elder son has no inclination towards becoming an actor. Quite surprisingly, he wants to be a director. He is also taking training for the same in the USA.
Jokingly he pointed that he is not sure about his youngest son AbRam but he can very well be a rock star owing to his good looks. He also shared several other things from his life and to know more you can read the full interview. This is his statement about his kids:
‘Neither my son nor my daughter have been groomed to be actors. Suhana has an inclination towards wanting to be an actor. She finishes school in six months after which he will go to an educational institute for three-four years to train in acting. Aryan doesn’t want to be an actor, he wants to make films, become a director, and is training for it in the US. AbRam I don’t know, he’s good-looking enough to be a rock star.’
Well, we wish Aryan all the best and hope to see him doing a movie with his dad. What are your thoughts on this matter? Why don’t you share in the comments below?