Two-film-old Ananya Panday is quite a sensation on our news feeds these days, thanks to her impressive script and fashion choices and bubbly nature. However, if there’s any other reason behind Ananya frequently hitting the headlines, it is her friendship with Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter, Suhana Khan. Their girl squad, also including Sanjay Kapoor’s daughter Shanaya, has been inseparable since childhood. From hanging out together to vacationing amid some exotic locales; the trio has quite often been the talk of the town.
Amid the Coronavirus lockdown, Ananya and Suhana might be away from each other but that hasn’t affected their delightful social media banter. Recently, the Student Of The Year 2 actress shared glimpses of Suhana’s yet another talent apart from acting. Well, before you start scratching your heads in curiosity, it’s editing that we are talking about. Turns out that Suhana Khan, quite impressively, edited a couple of Ananya Panday’s photoshoots and gave them a classic vintage touch. Taking to her Insta account, the latter shared the same with her fans.
The video is a compilation of Ananya flaunting her toned body and stylish outfits with utmost grace. While the first outfit saw her in a white blazer and half pants with a green crop top, the other one was a black gown with plunging neckline and sheer bottom. Well, there were many. Ananya credited her BFF Suhana Khan for editing her pictures and videos.
Take a look:
We all have such friends at our rescue, isn’t it?
In the past, Ananya had opened on dealing with trolling and getting support from her BFFs. She was quoted saying, “Suhana, Shanaya and I have grown up together and are practically of the same age. So whenever trolling or bullying happens, we three have each other back. We can count on each other during our lows. I am lucky because they are always with me no matter what.”
image source: instagram/ananyapanday
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