Suhana Khan Comes Back From London And Celebrates Her Graduation With BFFs, Ananya Pandey And Shanaya Kapoor!
The friendship between Suhana Khan, Ananya Pandey and Shanaya Kapoor is not unknown to anyone. These star kids share an unbreakable bond and are always there for each other when life gets hard. The B-Town divas aren’t only famous because of their star daddies, but because of their spectacular fashion sense and gorgeous looks as well. While Ananya has already made her big Bollywood debut with Student Of The Year 2 earlier this year, Suhana was the talk of the town ever since she made her way to the Vogue’s cover and Shanaya is ruling the hearts of the millennials with her beautiful looks.
Recently, Suhana came back to India after graduating from Ardingly College, London, and the first thing she did was to meet her best friends, Ananya and Shanaya. The hot girl trio was seen chilling and partying through the night as they were meeting after a long time.
While Ananya wore a cream-coloured sweatshirt with a pair of skinny jeans, Suhana Khan styled a basic pair of denim shorts with a checkered shirt and white top beneath it as they were spotted outside Shanaya’s residence. Have a look at the pictures below:
Coming back to her graduation, Suhana Khan was felicitated in the college for her exemplary performance in drama. Gauri Khan took to Instagram to share a video of the same and the entire B-town congratulated the starlet for the achievement.
As a proud father, Shah Rukh Khan also shared a photo with her daughter congratulating her and inspiring her at the same time. He wrote, “4 years have flown by. Graduating from Ardingly. Last pizza, last train ride, and the first step into the real world. School ends, learning doesn’t.”
Suhana has always been very open and affirmative about her decision of moving away from home. In the interview with Vogue Magazine last year, she shared, “Moving away at age 16 was the best decision of my life. Living in a different environment and meeting so many new people helped me gain a lot of confidence. It’s about being able to do the little things, like walk on the street or take the train—stuff that was so hard to do in Mumbai. But living away also made me appreciate home so much more.”
Well, we wish her all the luck for her future endeavours!