Suhana Khan's Picture Hugging A Baby Chimpanzee Is Too Cute For Words

A picture of Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Suhana Khan hugging a baby Chimpanzee has hit the internet. It is adorable, to say the least

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Suhana Khan's Picture Hugging A Baby Chimpanzee Is Too Cute For Words
Shah Rukh Khan's princess Suhana Khan is an internet sensation. Ever since she made her Instagram account public, fans have been gushing over her insanely charismatic pictures. Suhana is a perfect combination of class, wit and glamour that reflects in every post of hers. While we love the images that she posts on social media, we also love all the adorable pictures that her fanclubs post on social media. Recently, a picture of Suhana Khan hugging a baby Chimpanzee.

A throwback picture of Suhana Khan holding a baby chimpanzee in her arms has made it to the internet. The fanclub has posted the picture with the caption, "can you guess, what is her name ? #suhanakhan." It's an adorable picture with Suhana Khan smiling from ear-to-ear. She seems to be enjoying her time with the animal who obviously is pretty friendly. We like. The fanclub has also shared many other candid images of Suhana Khan with her friends.

Earlier, a video of Suhana Khan grooving to the song Beautiful had gone viral on social media. The video was secretly captured by her friend and it had Suhana slowly and nicely moving to the tunes of the song.

Then there was another candid BTS video of Suhana from the sets of her short film The Grey Part Of Blue had taken over the internet. In the video, we saw Suhana laughing uncontrollably on a joke cracked by her co-star. Well, we love all such candids of SRK's kids that make it to the internet. (Also Read: Suhana Khan's Most Liked Pictures On Instagram Are Buzzworthy; Have A Look)

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Image Source: Instagram/suhanakhan2
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