"My lil one," is how SRK described 18-year-old Aryan - he's not so little any more, SRK. Just look:
Thanks to Thanksgiving got to spend a lil time with my lil one. pic.twitter.com/mssJfO8Slg? Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) November 28, 2016
It seems that the Khans spent Thanksgiving in New York (where SRK filmed Kal Ho Naa Ho) and not Los Angeles, where Aryan studies. On Monday, SRK flew out - home, perhaps? - bidding farewell to New York with a tweet that referenced both Kal Ho Naa Ho, in which he match makes Preity Zinta and Saif Ali Khan's characters, and Dear Zindagi, in which he counsels Alia Bhatt through romantic distress.
Three months ago, when the Khan family went to USA to help Aryan settle into his new school, Shah Rukh Khan Instagrammed this picture which melted our hearts.
And we can't help but share these adorable pictures when AbRam, SRK and Alia were spotted together at the Mumbai international airport recently.
On the work front, Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt's performances in Gauri Shinde's Dear Zindagi, which released on November 25, have earned good reviews from the film fraternity and critics alike.
Fans in Hyderabad had a rather unusual reaction at one of the film's screenings, throwing cash (in short supply after the currency ban) when SRK, who plays therapist Jehangir Khan to budding filmmaker Kaira (played by Alia), made his entry. Shah Rukh Khan thanked them on Twitter saying: "If this is actual currency, what can I say. It's kind of lavish to say the least. Thanks for the rich welcome."
Oh wow... if this is actual currency..what can I say...uh..it's kind of lavish to say the least!Thx for the rich welcome https://t.co/J8WYsfyAsm? Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) November 25, 2016
Shah Rukh Khan will soon resume shooting for Imtiaz Ali's film, tentatively titled The Ring, with Anushka Sharma. His next release will be the Rahul Dholakia-directed Raees, which will clash with Hrithik Roshan's Kaabil on January 26 in 2017.