Suhana Khan And Agastya Nanda’s Childhood Picture Is All Kinds Of Cute

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Bollywood star kids are doing well in their career. We have seen some of the star kids who have become so famous. Also, these star children are good friends of other star kids because of their parents who are in working in the glamour world.

One of the BFFs of the Bollywood is Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan and Amitabh Bachchan’s grandson, Agastya Nanda. Though Shweta Bachchan did not make her career in the films like her brother and parents, but she has a good connection with many Bollywood celebs.

Reportedly, Agastya and Suhana have been friends since childhood. The duo has also been enjoyed several vacations with their families as kids. But over the past couple of years, their friendship has become well-observed on the social media. The latest one for the proof is this adorable new Instagram photo of the two, which was shared on a fan account.

Take a look at the picture here:

Both Agastya and Suhana looked every bit of cool together and seems to be enjoying each other’s company. The duo has used a super cool SnapChat filter to make them look stylish. The filter made their eyes a little bigger and gave them some blush and eyelashes, for their selfie. But it is the tiny white flowers on Agastya and Suhana’s heads that really makes the whole picture look even more beautiful.

While Agastya gels up well with Suhana, Agastya’s sister Navya Naveli is good friends with Shah Rukh’s son Aryan Khan. Not just this, their parents Gauri Khan and Shweta Bachchan are also good friends and we can see their beautiful pictures on the social media.

Take a look at some more pictures of friends Agastya Nanda and Suhana Khan posing together in the past.

Agastya and Suhana are still completing their education abroad. Suhana is expected to join Bollywood once she is done with her studies. The young girl recently appeared on the Vogue cover and made everyone go gaga.

Published by Vijay Sisodiya on 19 Sep 2018

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