Suhana Khan trolled after becoming the face of beauty brand

Shah Rukh Khan’s bindaas daughter, Suhana Khan made her first media appearance as she was announced as the face of a renowned beauty brand ahead of her big Bollywood debut. She bagged an endorsement deal and was announced as one of the squad members for the beauty brand.

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Suhana, who has been giving major fashion goals every time she is seen at the event, has impressed everyone once again. She looked drop dead gorgeous in a red-hot power suit and glammed-up makeup. The fans were happy to see him. Photos and videos of the event went viral on social media. Suhana also briefly interacted with the media.

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During the event, he said, “Hi everyone. I’m so excited to be here and see you guys again. We had such a great time filming. So, I’m really excited to be here and I can’t wait.” You guys see everything we filmed.

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It’s an honor to be a brand ambassador after helming so many iconic products from Maybelline, their mascaras in particular are amazing. But yes, I am super excited and happy to be a part of this brand and I can’t wait to shine it with all of you.”

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Suhana Khan’s video caught the attention of netizens. While some praised him for his confidence, others called him out for getting endorsements without releasing any films or songs. One user wrote, ‘I was born with a silver spoon.

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Ok there are better models/good looking girls out there but oh well you will always choose a nepo kid. No wonder why only the rich are getting richer and the poor always remain poor. Well, let’s see how long she lasts in the industry.” Another user commented, “If only the word ‘privilege’ had a face.” How hard has she worked to become a beauty product ambassador? , Now, suddenly she’s the face of a beauty product. This is very biased. And she looks like Shahrukh with long hair.

Another user wrote, “Star kid gets a huge brand endorsement without releasing any film or song. Now what more proof is needed than the struggle that actors who come from outside without any film family have to go through.”


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