Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter, Suhana Khan, has recently made headlines with her latest investment in Alibaug, Maharashtra. The young starlet, who is poised to make her acting debut, reportedly purchased three houses and a significant plot of land for a whopping sum of Rs 12.91 crore. The registration documents for the land label Suhana Khan as an ‘agriculturist’, shedding light on her newfound interest in agriculture and land ownership.
The acquired land is situated near Thal village, a picturesque region known for its natural beauty. The transaction, officially registered on June 1, involved 1.5 acres of agricultural land, accompanied by 2,218 sq ft of structures. To complete the process, a stamp duty of Rs 77.46 was paid, cementing Suhana Khan’s ownership of the property.
It is worth mentioning that the Khans are no strangers to this region, as Suhana’s father, Shah Rukh Khan, reportedly owns a luxurious sea-facing property in Thal. This opulent abode boasts a helipad and a swimming pool, highlighting the family’s penchant for extravagant living. The Khan-owned properties are conveniently located just a 12-minute drive away from Thal Village, ensuring easy access to the surrounding areas.
While Suhana Khan’s foray into real estate has captured attention, it is her imminent acting debut that has fans buzzing with excitement. The talented young actress is set to grace the screen in director Zoya Khan’s upcoming project, titled “The Archies,” which will be released on Netflix. A teaser for the film, unveiled recently, offered glimpses of Zoya Khan’s interpretation of the popular “Riverdale” series, along with scenic views of a hill station, a train, and horses. Devoted Archies fans were quick to spot references to the iconic Pop Tate’s soda shop, a beloved fixture in the comics.
You’ve seen the gang in the comics, in books, and even in Riverdale — but this time around, you’ll see them closer to home!
“The Archies,” produced by Tiger Baby and Graphic India, marks the highly anticipated debuts of not only Suhana Khan but also Khushi Kapoor, daughter of Boney Kapoor, and Agastya Nanda, grandson of the legendary Amitabh Bachchan. The film, set in 1960s India, is a coming-of-age live-action musical that promises to captivate audiences with its nostalgic charm. In addition to the star-studded cast, the movie also features Mihir Ahuja, Vedang Raina, Dot, and Yuvraj Menda in supporting roles.
With her acting career poised for takeoff, Suhana Khan has also ventured into the realm of real estate, making a significant investment in Alibaug. As she prepares to make her mark on the silver screen, fans eagerly anticipate witnessing her talent unfold in “The Archies,” a film that promises to be a delightful journey into the past while introducing a fresh and talented ensemble cast. Suhana Khan’s entrepreneurial spirit and her pursuit of diverse interests reflect her determination to carve her own path in the world of entertainment.
Suhana Khan is an Indian actress, theatre artist, and social media star. She is known for being the daughter of the Indian superstar, Shah Rukh Khan. She is set to make her acting debut with Zoya Akhtar‘s Netflix film The Archies (2023).
She graduated from Ardingly College, England, in 2019. While in college, she made several documentaries and actively took part in the drama. During her graduation ceremony at the Ardingly College, Suhana was awarded the Russel Cup for her contribution to drama. Thereafter, she attended The New York University (NYU) Tisch School of the Arts, New York, to study acting and drama. While studying at Tisch School of Arts, Suhana was featured in many theatre shows.
Suhana Khan desired to become an actress since childhood. In an interview, talking about the moment when her parents realised that she was serious about acting, Suhana said, ”
I don’t think there was any one moment when I decided. Since I was young, I’d do all these accents and impressions. But my parents only realised I was serious about acting when they saw a performance of mine for the first time. I was playing Miranda in a school performance of The Tempest.”