We don't know if you guys take a good scan whenever Shah Rukh Khan or his wife Gauri Khan share pictures from their home on their Instagram accounts but some eagle eye fans do and we surely do the same. If you remember, during the I For India concert, when SRK shared a small video of him singing and dancing on his handle, his fans were quick to notice a Ganesha idol and the holy Quran in the background, in his bookshelf. His fans took to their Twitter account and applauded the actor. Well, this time around, we got to see something at that same bookshelf that piqued our interest. Not so long ago, his wife Gauri Khan who is also a renowned interior designer took to her Instagram account and gave us a little sneak-peek of her signature line of furniture along with a glimpse of some SRK miniatures that grabbed our attention.
As we see Gauri working at the desk, we see SRK cute little miniatures behind her, at the bookshelf. Amongst them, one is from his previous films Raees and Don. There's one more which is of SRK and their little munchkin AbRam. There's also what appears to be a basketball, a reference from his hit film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. While another Khan miniature on a cycle seemed to be from Dear Zindagi. Well, these miniatures looked super cute and cool and we certainly wish, we had it with us too. Talking about Gauri Khan's design, she announced her collaboration with Hermosa Studio and designs for modern contemporary homes.
While sharing her designs, she captioned it as, "My collaboration with @hermosastudioindia for signature line of furniture ...is the opening of a new chapter in the field of luxury for me. This collection will have designs that are aspirational yet timeless and that can seamlessly fit into modern contemporary homes. And what better date for announce this collaboration than #hermosa 2nd anniversary. Sharing a sneak peek into the collection."
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