Shah Rukh Khan posts an adorable wish for his ‘funny’ mom-in-law on her birthday – Details Inside

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Shah Rukh Khan’s mother-in-law Savita Chibber celebrated her birthday on Sunday. Gauri Khan took to social media to wish her mom on her special day with an adorable picture of her with son-in-law SRK and grandson AbRam. Shah Rukh also took to social media to wish Gauri’s mom.

Sharing Gauri’s post, the Badshah actor wrote, “May you always be as funny and full of life as you are.”

Gauri and Shah Rukh were college sweethearts and tied the knot on October 25, 1991. Gauri’s father Colonel Ramesh Chandra Chibber served in the Indian Army. He initially disapproved of Gauri and SRK’s relationship, but later agreed after seeing Shah Rukh’s love and dedication to his daughter.

Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan have three children- Aryan, Suhana and AbRam. Aryan has recently made his Bollywood debut by lending his voice to the character of Simba for the Hindi version of The Lion King. Interestingly, Shah Rukh Khan lent his voice to the character of Mufasa, Simba’s father.

Aryan sounds exactly like young Shah Rukh in the film. Talking about the similarity in their voice, SRK had told news agency IANS, “We were listening to one of the scenes and all the experts in the dubbing theatre said I sounded like him. They told me I’d have to dub the scene again because we sounded too much like each other, which I never thought was the case.” Aryan aspires to become a filmmaker in the future.

Suhana Khan, on the other hand, is currently studying at a university in New York. The star kid aspires to pursue acting just like her father and therefore is preparing hard for it. She has recently graduated from Ardingly College in London.

King Khan was last seen in the 2018 film Zero which bombed at the box office. The film also featured Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif in pivotal roles. Shah Rukh is currently reading scripts and spending time with his family these days.

Published by Amrit Santlani on 09 Sep 2019

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