"Finally met my doppelgänger @suhanakhan2"
A Suhana Khan lookalike took to her Instagram and shared a picture with her.
Suhana met Bareeha, an influencer from Pakistan while vacationing in Dubai with her mother Gauri Khan, her best friend Shanaya Kapoor and Shanaya’s mother Maheep Kapoor.
Both of them smiled while posing for the camera in an outdoor shot.
Suhana Khan can be seen wearing a white floral dress and Bareeha wore a blue floral jumpsuit and carried a small sling bag.
Bareeha captioned the post: “Finally met my doppelgänger @suhanakhan2.
“Here’s a side-by-side comparison for all the people who keep sending me her pictures in my DMs.”
She used the hashtags #iamsrk #twinningandwinning #seeingdouble on the pictures.
One of her fans commented, “FINALLLLLLLLY WHEN SISTER MET SISTER !! hahaha, I cannot believe this !!!”
Another fan wrote, “Omg I have been thinking this for a while now.” Many of her fans posted heart emojis on her picture.
Suhana Khan is the daughter of Shah Rukh Khan and interior designer Gauri Khan.
Suhana Khan is all set to make her acting debut. She is a part of the highly-anticipated Netflix film, The Archies.
The 1960s coming-of-age musical is set in the fictional town of Riverdale, with the teaser of the film showing the cast of characters dancing around, appearing to be living their best lives.
It will also mark the acting debut of Amitabh Bachchan’s grandson Agastya Nanda, and the late Sridevi’s younger daughter Khushi Kapoor.
In the film, Agastya will be seen as Archie while Khushi plays the character based on Betty and Suhana as Veronica.
It also has Dot, Mihir Ahuja, Vedang Raina, and Yuvraj Menda.
According to the producers, “The film has the iconic gang of The Archies’ at the centre of it, and perfectly matches the youthful energy, hope and excitement of the sixties era.”
Earlier in June, director Zoya Akhtar had announced the completion of the shooting schedule. It will be released in 2023.
Suhana Khan’s acting debut has long been rumoured.
She first spoke about her ambitions in a 2018 Vogue interview: “I don’t think there was any one moment when I decided. Since I was young, I’d do all these accents and impressions.”
“But my parents only realised I was serious about acting when they saw a performance of mine for the first time.
“I was playing Miranda in a school performance of The Tempest.”