Suhana Khan's Mother's Day Message For Gauri Khan Is A Must-read, Take A Look

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Mother's Day saw a host of celebrities posting loving messages for their mother's on the occasion. Not just celebrities, but star kids also took to social media to express their feelings.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Mother's Day saw a host of celebrities posting loving messages for their mother's on the occasion. Not just celebrities, but star kids also took to social media to express their feelings. One such star kid was Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan's daughter Suhana. The star kid who is currently studying in London posted a loving note for her mother, Gauri which was later shared by her. 

Sharing a throwback picture she wrote, “Mother is our greatest teacher, a teacher of compassion, love, and fearlessness. If love is sweet as a flower, then mother that sweet flower of love. Happy Mother’s Day. @gaurikhan.” 

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Although Suhana has not made her debut in the Hindi film industry, she already has an immense fan following on social media. The 18-year-old recently last year featured on the cover of Vogue India.Stunning on the cover of Vogue's August 2018 issue, Suhana was seen wearing a soft-coloured off shoulder dress looking absolutely ethereal. Father Shah Rukh Khan had shared a heartwarming message the day his daughter’s picture appeared on the cover of Vogue. He wrote, “Holding her in my arms again thanks to Vogue. ‘What imperfect carriers of love we are...” except when it comes to our children. So sending u all my love & a big hug. Hello Suhana Khan!”

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