Shahrukh Khan's 'Funday': Daughter Suhana at the shoot; 'Lungi Dance' at an award show editorial
Glamsham25 November 2013
Shahrukh Khan's 'Funday': Daughter Suhana at the shoot; 'Lungi Dance' at an award show

By Urvi Parikh, Glamsham Editorial

Bollywood Badshah Shahrukh Khan had a busy but fun-filled Sunday with shooting, award ceremony and a wedding to attend. The actor, who is currently shooting for Farah Khan's HAPPY NEW YEAR, reported to the sets for the shoot along with his daughter Suhana.

After blackmailing Suhana for a coffee date, now the actor convinced her to accompany him for the shooting. Post the shoot, SRK headed to the Hello! Hall of Fame awards.

Shahrukh not only received an award at the event but was also seen grooving to his chartbuster number 'Lungi Dance' from him blockbuster film CHENNAI EXPRESS. Later in the day, the actor attended his vfx team member Keitan's wedding.

"Fun at shooting becos my daughter came, Lungi dance at Hello awards and celebrated with v fx team keiten's wedding. It's been a fun day," shared Shahrukh on the micro-blogging site.

Well, it seems to have been indeed a fun day for the Badshah!

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