BOLLYWOOD rising star Suhana Khan stunned fans as she stepped out in a gorgeous green dress ahead of her debut.
Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter looked effortlessly glamorous as she hopped in her car in Mumba, India – and everyone is saying the same thing.
The 23-year-old wore her hair casually cropped back to show off her natural, fresh make-up.
Her loyal fans were ecstatic when they saw the lime green dress, which featured a high slit down the side of the leg, the magazine reported Hindustan Times.
To keep the outfit comfortable, Suhana wore some flats in the drizzly weather in Mumbai.
Commenting on her looks, one adoring fan wrote, “She’s more beautiful because she doesn’t have an attitude or an arrogant expression on her face.”
“She’s beautiful on the inside.”
Another impressed viewer wrote, “She looks beautiful.”
“Looking cute as always,” commented a third.
“She looks so humble,” agreed a fourth,
Another said, “Absolutely stunning, even in the rain, Suhana Khan.”
This comes at a time when the aspiring actress is set to follow in her father’s legendary footsteps and prepare to break into the Bollywood industry.
One of India’s most celebrated actors and producers, Shah Rukh Khan rivals any A-star in Hollywood for global appeal and star power.
The 57-year-old, who has won 14 Filmfare Awards, is also one of the richest actors alive – with an estimated net worth greater than that of Tom Cruise, Tom Hanks and Clint Eastwood.
He has appeared in more than 80 films and won 14 Filmfare Awards – the Bollywood equivalent of the Oscars.
Now his daughter Suhana has landed a role in Zoya Akhtar’s highly anticipated The Archies.
The young star will appear alongside big names like Agastya Nanda and Kapoor.
Mihir Ahuja, Vedang Raina, Yuvraj Menda and Aditi Saigal also play major roles in the Indian adaptation by Archie Comics.
It is scheduled to premiere on Netflix later this year.
Her brother Aryan also found success in the same industry.
As a young man, he gained recognition for dubbing the dialogue for the character of Tez in the 2004 Bollywood film Hum Lajawab Hai.
He then received an award for best dubbing by a child artist.
The young prodigy has kept the momentum ever since, later impersonating the role of Simba in the Hindi version of The Lion King.
In recent years he has been arrested after attending an event in Mumbai – but he appears to be back on the right side.