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Fam-Jam At The Lion King Screening: Shah Rukh And Aryan Take Along Abram, Suhana, Gauri

July 17, 2019 10:43
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    Source: Photo: Varinder Chawla
    Shah Rukh Khan, who voices the character of Mufasa in the Hindi version of The Lion King, hosted a special screening of the movie in Mumbai on Tuesday. Joining Shah Rukh at the theatre was his entire family. He was spotted escorting his youngest son AbRam out of the theatre.

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    Source: Photo: Varinder Chawla
    Earlier, Shah Rukh had said he was really "excited about" making AbRam watch the movie.

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    Shah Rukh Khan's eldest son Aryan Khan, who voices Simba in the movie, joined his family for the movie night.

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    Source: Photo: Varinder Chawla
    After The Lion King teaser featuring Aryan released, the Internet's verdict was that he sounded just like his dad Shah Rukh.

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    Suhana Khan was pretty in a printed black dress for the night out.

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    Suhana Khan was escorted to her car by heavy security.

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    Source: Photo: Varinder Chawla
    Looks like Gauri Khan loved the movie!

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    Meanwhile, at another part of town, TV celebs were spotted checking in at another screening of The Lion King. Actor Ashish Vidyarthi, who voices the villainous character Scar in the Hindi version of the movie, watched the movie with his family.

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    Sreyash Talpade, who features as one of Simba's best friends Timon in The Lion King, was all suited up.

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    Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar was pretty in pink.

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    Veere Di Wedding actress Shikha Talsania also checked in.

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    Riddhi Dogra rocked the neon trend at the screening.

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    Kasautii Zindagii Kay actress Pooja Banerjee glammed up the screening.

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    Karanvir Vohra's plus one was his wife Teejay Sidhu.

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    TV actor Karan Mehra and his wife Nisha Rawal brought along their son.

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    Why so serious, Jim Sarbh?

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