Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan is a big hit on social media. He has made everyone go crazy over his voice as Simba in the new Hindi version of The Lion King. Apart from his professional life, his personal life is also in the news right now! A few days back, there were reports that Aryan is dating a blogger in London. The same report also claimed that Aryan's mom Gauri has already met her and is said to have found her to be extremely sweet.
However, if the latest reports are to be believed, Aryan is not dating the blogger but a star kid who recently made her debut in Bollywood. According to Peeping Moon, Aryan Khan is apparently dating Chunkey Panday’s daughter Ananya Panday. Ananya made her debut with Karan Johar's Studenṭ of the Year 2 this year which also starred Tiger Shroff and Tara Sutaria in lead roles. The report states that Ananya and Aryan have been friends since childhood and the fact Ananya being Suhana Khan's best friend had brought them closer to each other. Aryan is currently holidaying in the Maldives with SRK, Gauri, Suhana Khan and AbRam Khan.
In an earlier interview, when Shah Rukh was asked if he gives relationship advice to Aryan Kha, he had said, ''I give relationship advice to no one. I think you should not give such advice to anyone. Because every relationship is different, every f***-up is different, every happiness is different. You should just let everyone be. Yeah, sometimes, in a fun, gossipy way, you can talk about somebody else’s relationship, but I think, as weird, conservative or wild as a relationship may be, it’s perfectly all right. You should not judge it. I have heard of some really awkward ones and maybe you get a little surprised, but if it suits them, it’s fine.''
Meanwhile, talking about dubbing with Aryan for The Lion King, SRK had earlier said to IANS, "For me, the experience of dubbing with Aryan is very personal. I got time to spend with him professionally. I am a professional actor and I have to do this, but my family has never really been associated with the work I do."