Shah Rukh Khan's dashing son Aryan is raising the hotness temperature on social media with his latest picture showing off his 'good looks, good looks & good looks', as Poo would have said in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. Netizens couldn't keep calm and started comparing the overall vibe and look with Shah Rukh Khan. Like father, like son, isn't it? Aryan's friend and a verified user Ryan wrote: "I see you dark knight," another fan wrote: "Legit thought it was Shahrukh. Ugh why is he so hot." Take a look -
Talking about Aryan, Shah Rukh in an interview said, "He wants to be a filmmaker. We are friends, so I told him to learn whichever aspects of film he can go and learn... The other day I met (famed cinematographer) Ravi Varman, I told him go and learn camera with him. He has been doing that. I should not impose my ideas on them because mine are so set. Mine have now been almost fully cultivated... I am here to give my yeoman service to Indian film industry with my cultivated amazing talent. Why just duplicate it to them? Let them learn something."
He further said, "As actors and filmmakers, my kids, in case they wish to come in, they have to bring something new. They can't live off the stuff their father has managed to do. It's important they bring in something new and if I impose myself, they won't be able to. Let them go and bring in something radical and strange. Wrong, maybe. But it should be newer than what I have been able to give," the 53-year-old actor said.
Aryan recently did lend his voice for Simba in the Hindi version of live-action animated film 'The Lion King'. The voice-over has not only widely lauded by the viewers but has received huge appreciation from Bollywood celebrities. Several celebrities including Deepika Padukone, Anurag Kashyap, Karan Johar, Riteish Deshmukh, and others have come forward to congratulate the star-kid.
Meanwhile, ‘The Lion King’, has become the second Hollywood film after ‘Avengers: Endgame’ to earn Rs 50 crore over the weekend this year, as per trade analyst Taran Adarsh. Even, overall, it is third on the list of highest opening weekends for Hollywood, behind ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and ‘Avengers: Infinity War.’ After Rs 54.75 crore weekend, even on the first working day of the week, ‘The Lion King’ remained solid, earning Rs 7.90 crore to take the collections to Rs 62.65 crore.
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