Shah Rukh Khan's Family Portrait

Shah Rukh Khan, wife Gauri Khan and their kids, Aryan, Suhana and Abram, feature on the Feb./March cover of a Canada-based magazine. A fan group in Canada posted this photo on Instagram. (SRK Universe Canada photo)

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s global appeal is undeniable. With his films finding favor in markets such as the U.S., the U.K., Canada and the U.A.E., to name a few, indeed, he rules the hearts and minds of millions of fans worldwide with his undeniable charm.

And now the paparazzi cannot have enough of his two-year-old son, AbRam. But what melts the collective hearts of the fans is when the entire Khan clan is captured in one frame.

A Toronto, Canada-based magazine has chosen this extremely popular Bollywood family to grace its cover and the result is phenomenal, and — no surprises here — has attracted viral fame.

The last time the family came together was for Avinash Gowarikar when the Khans were seen sporting a blue and white look. While Khan and his boys wore blue denims, white button-down shirts and white sneakers, his wife, Gauri Khan, and daughter, Suhana, chose to play around with the same color tone.

This new look, though, is more stylish and suave. Khan, his older son Aryan, and the tiny-tot AbRam are rocking in a black tuxedo, while Gauri Khan looks smashing in a black lace dress and shocking pink strappy sandals. Suhana, however, in white separates and black heels, has chosen to bring in her own style to the family portrait.

The photo focuses on Gauri Khan, captioning her as the “The First Lady of Bollywood.” Gauri Khan, a film producer, is also one of the most renowned interior designers in the film fraternity. This star wife has done designer homes for celebrities like Ranbir Kapoor and Karan Johar.

The family features on the Feb./March 2017 issue of “SHE Canada,” a bi-monthly fashion, lifestyle and entertainment publication. Along with Shah Rukh Khan, the magazine has in the past featured other stars, including Priyanka Chopra and Sonam Kapoor.

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