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SRK’s Daughter Suhana Khan To Make Bollywood Debut With Zoya Akhtar Film: Report

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Suhana Khan, daughter of actor Shah Rukh Khan is reportedly going to make her Bollywood debut with a film directed by Zoya Akhtar. No confirmation has been given by Khan and Akhtar.

After her friends Ananya Panday and Shanaya Kapoor, Suhana Khan was expected to also start her acting career. According to media reports, Khan was seen outside Zoya Akhtar’s Mumbai office recently raising speculations about her debut.

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Times Now reported that Zoya Akhtar is going to direct a live-action musical film with Netflix which will be based on Archie Comics character Archie Andrews. Akhtar had announced the project in November last year. She wrote, “Archie and the Crew are about to get Down and Desi! “The Archies” A coming-of-age musical drama directed by me Coming soon to Netflix! #TheArchiesOnNetflix”


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It has been reported that Suhana Khan will make her debut with this project along with Janhvi Kapoor’s younger sister Khushi Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan’s grandson Agstya Nanda. Akhtar’s production house Tiger Baby Films will co-produce the film with Graphic India.

In her interview with Variety, Zoya Akhtar had talked about the said project. She said, “I am super excited to have the chance to bring The Archies to life. It was a large part of my childhood and teenage years. The characters are iconic and globally loved, which is also why I am a little nervous. I have to make sure the film stokes the nostalgia of a generation that grew up on the comic and yet resonates with the young adults today.”

Suhana Khan has earlier worked in her friend’s short film titled The Grey Part of the Blue. Her father, Shah Rukh Khan has often talked about Suhana wants to be an actor and her brother Aryan Khan wants to become a director. Suhana Khan was featured on the cover of Vogue magazine which had drawn her a lot of flak for being a star kid.

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