IPL 2018: When King Kohli met King Khan during Eden Gardens, see pics
IPL 2018: KKR beats RCB, Shah Rukh Khan celebrates with daughter Suhana, see photos
IPL 2018: Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana steals a uncover during Kolkata’s Eden Gardens; watch video
It was a strife of a titans as MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings and Shah Rukh Khan’s Kolkata Knight Riders battled it out on a margin in a IPL compare on Tuesday evening. But looks like Shah Rukh done a new crony while entertaining for his group from a stands. Yes, a actor was speckled carrying a lot of fun with Dhoni’s small daughter Ziva and cinema of them creation darling faces together have given left viral.
While a three-year-old Ziva was bustling entertaining for her dad’s group with full gusto, it was her mom Sakshi Dhoni who asked a dual to poise for a picture. The nail-biting match, however, saw Chennai Super Kings kick Kolkata Knight Riders by 5 wickets.
This was CSK’s initial compare and as approaching fans alive a Chepauk Stadium. SRK had also attended a opening compare of his group Kolkata Knight Riders on Apr 8. Ziva and Sakshi, on a other hand, are famous to attend any and any compare played by CSK.
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— SRK’s Esha ✨ (@IamEshaSRK) April 10, 2018
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King Khan and Sakshi only after CSK won a impetus in their basement after 1065 days! 💯 pic.twitter.com/9BimY4PZoJ
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King Khan had also met Indian cricket group captain Virat Kohli on Sunday during a Eden Gardens stadium. Even yet RCB skipper Kohli tasted better in a opening compare opposite KKR, a dual were seen hugging any other on a field, creation a day noted for fans.
Shah Rukh Khan creates certain to extend his full support to his group and has mostly been speckled visiting their matches. Earlier too, cinema of SRK entertaining for KKR with daughter Suhana Khan and AbRam had left viral over a internet. In an talk post their win with RCB, Shah Rukh even told PTI that he would adore to see his five-year-old son AbRam play hockey for India.