Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Suhana Khan grabbed eyeballs with her debut appearance on the cover of Vogue India. While many are congratulating the star kid on her big step, several others are trolling Suhana for the same.
Apart from being Shah Rukh Khan's daughter, Suhana is yet to make a name for herself. She is a star kid who hasn't stepped foot into Bollywood yet. What has irked many social media users is that the 18-year-old girl has made it to the front page with no apparent achievement of hers.
In order to emphasise on the fact that Suhana is not a celebrity but her father is, people have been raising questions like – Who is Suhana Khan?
With Karan Johar heaping praises on Suhana for her recent photoshoot, he is also being slammed as it is being believed that the film-maker will be launching SRK's daughter soon. KJo is being targeted on the lines of nepotism.
In a nutshell, Suhana is being trolled as she appeared on the cover of the magazine for just being SRK's daughter, while other achievers like Hima Das are not given attention.
Nonetheless, there are some who are speaking in support of the star kid, saying that there is no reason for Suhana to lead a commoner's life when her father is someone like Shah Rukh. Another argument is that the internet trolls have targetted her over nepotism when there is no apparent reason for them to troll Suhana.
Check out some of the tweets:
Meanwhile, in an interview with Vogue, Suhana opened up on how she gets affected by such online trolling.
"At home, things are normal and everything is cool, but the challenges are outside. I still find it hard because people feel like they can judge you. Especially on social media. Pictures from my private Instagram account get leaked. There are so many people talking about you. They don't know you, and they don't know what they're talking about, but they're just talking and that can mess with your self-confidence." Suhana told Vogue.
"I keep telling myself that haters are going to hate, but I can't honestly say that I don't get upset by it. It's annoying, but I keep telling myself other people have bigger problems," she added.
Well, there is no denying the fact that there are both positives and negatives on being a star kid.