After Sara Ali Khan, Ananya Pandey and Janhavi Kapoor, Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan is all set to enter the film industry. Technically, Aryan has already made his debut in cinemas when he was a kid. Surprised? Aryan Khan played the role of Shahrukh’s childhood which is shown in opening credits. That made that childhood look perfect as Aryan looks like his father. But now that Aryan is grown up boy (actually a man, 21-year-old) is ready to come into the cinematic world. He already has immense followers on social media which is good for him. Everyone wants to see Aryan following the legacy of his father.
Aryan Khan’s Debut Rumours
There were some rumours last year regarding Aryan’s debut with Khushi Kapoor but it was all fake. Aryan Khan is interested in filmmaking than acting while his sister Suhana Khan wants to get into the acting field. It is being said that Aryan will assist Karan Johar for his upcoming film Takht. The film features Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar, Janhvi Kapoor and Anil Kapoor.
What SRK says about his children’s choices?
His father said “Aryan is studying to be a filmmaker and a writer, while Suhana wants to be an actor. But even if he wants to be a filmmaker, he needs to study for another five to six years and not just the literal form of studying, but probably be an assistant to Karan after he finishes his film-making course.”
He also told, “If they (kids) want to act, I would be very proud as it’s my line of work and we will have something to chat about. When I came here, I got into theatre, did television and then I got into films. I have strangely studied for 10 years before becoming a film star. They (kids) will also have to do the same thing; develop a passion, get educated and come back and do something that will take Indian cinema forward. Don’t come back or rely on it to take you forward. Indian cinema has helped your dad become a star, now it’s the duty of his family to take it forward.”
According to Karan Johar, “Takht is the most passionate piece of material that I think I will ever direct. I’m hugely passionate about it. I’m obsessed about the Mughal era ever since I can remember. That’s the one part of history that I was obsessed about in terms of its visual texture, its controversial content, the political betrayal, the love, the lust, the decadence, the debauchery, the madness, the violence, everything. That era is exotic and it’s gorgeous. It’s absolutely beautiful.”