Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan needs no introduction. Although he is yet to make his big Bollywood debut, he commands a monstrous fan following on social media. Unlike his superstar father and aspiring actress sister Suhana Khan, the star son keeps himself away from the spotlight.
Even though there has consistently been publicity encompassing Aryan, there is still a mystery surrounding his personality and career. Today, for a change, let’s take a look at a side of Aryan we don’t hear about much too often.
Aryan Khan was born on November 13, 1997, in New Delhi, India. He is the elder son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and interior designer mother Gauri Khan. He has a young sister named Suhana Khan and a young brother named AbRam.
Growing up with a Muslim father and a Hindu mother, Aryan has embraced both the religion.
Like many other star kids, Aryan Khan too studied abroad. He reportedly did his schooling from London’s Sevenoaks and later went to the University of Southern California.
Aryan Khan has been a fitness and sports enthusiast right from a young age. He is trained in martial arts and with a black belt in Taekwondo. Aryan went on to clinch a gold medal at the Maharashtra Taekwondo competition in 2010.
To all who are eagerly waiting to see Aryan Khan on the silver screen, did you know that the star son did his debut in films as a child artist? Yes, you read it right!
The Khan boy played a child actor in Karan Johar’s ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham..’. Aryan played the role of junior Shah Rukh Khan in the opening song of the film. He also had a scene in the movie ‘Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna’ where he was a soccer player scoring the final goal. But the scene was reportedly removed from the film after the final edit as it didn’t seem too convincing.
Apart from his dapper looks and strong athletic inclination, Aryan Khan has an amazing voice. He had dubbed the dialogues for the character of Tez in the movie ‘Hum Lajawab Hain’ in 2004 and also received an award as the best dubbing child artist.
He also recently gave his voice to the character of ‘Simba’ in the Hindi version of ‘The Lion King’ movie. Shah Rukh Khan too rendered his voice for Mufasa in the movie.
Despite all the speculations about his launch in Bollywood, Aryan Khan might not be visible on the big screen very soon. This is because his interest in the field of cinema is concentrated mainly on filmmaking and direction, rather than on acting.Aryan is reportedly preparing for a life behind the camera as he is studying a course on film making and writing at the University of Southern California.
If Aryan Khan’s pictures on social media are anything to go by, the star son is mostly seen hanging out with his friends from his schools and colleges abroad.
However, whenever he is here in India, the Khan boy is often seen partying and spending time with Suhana Khan’s besties Shanaya Kapoor, Ananya Panday, Ahaan Panday, Navya Naveli Nanda and others.