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SRK attends screening of Suhana's debut film The Archies with wife Gauri, sons Aryan and AbRam Archies
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SRK attends screening of Suhana's debut film The Archies with wife Gauri, sons Aryan and AbRam

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 06 Dec 2023, 12:11 am

Mumbai/IBNS: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan along with his wife Gauri Khan, children Aryan and AbRam and mom-in-law Savita Chhibber attended the screening of Suhana Khan's debut film The Archies on Tuesday evening.

The 58-year-old actor, who unveiled the trailer of his upcoming film Dunki the same day, took time off his busy schedule to be a part of the cheer gang for his daughter on her big night.

For the event, SRK was seen wearing a customised black t-shirt that had Archies written on it. He completed his look with black pants and a matching blazer.

Twinning with his father was little AbRam, who looked cute in a black blazer while his sibling Aryan kept it casual in a jacket and jeans.

Suhana Khan made heads turn in her red dress while her mom Gauri Khan opted for a black dress and was accompanied by her mother and Suhana's grandmom Savita Chhibber.

The Archies marks the debut film of Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Suhana Khan, Amitabh Bachchan's grandson Agastya Nanda, and Boney Kapoor's younger daughter Khushi Kapoor.

The other newcomers include Mihir Ahuja, singer Aditi Saigal (who goes by her stage name Dot), Vedang Raina, and Yuvraj Menda.

The film will stream Dec 7 onwards on Netflix.

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