Suhana Khan and Ananya Panday spotted at IPL cheering for Shah Rukh Khan’s Kolkata Knight Riders. See pics

Suhana Khan and Ananya Panday were spotted at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on Friday when Shah Rukh Khan-owned Kolkata Knight Riders met the Punjab Kings.

With the Indian Premier League underway, it seems that Shah Rukh Khan’s household has entered the cricket spirit. On Friday, as Shah Rukh’s teammate, Kolkata Knight Rider plays Punjab Kings in Mumbai, the actor’s daughter Suhana Khan was in the stadium wearing the team colors and cheering on them. She was joined by her friend and actress Ananya Panday. In Kolkata’s last match a few days ago, Suhana’s brother Aryan Khan was seen in the stands with some friends. Also read: Aryan Khan watched watching the IPL match; fans say “smile as he should”

Suhana and Ananya were seen in the stands with friends during Kolkata’s match on Friday night. Suhana wore a tank top with the Kolkata Knight Riders logo visible on it, while Ananya herself wore a white tank top. The two looked at the stands and watched the match and applauded KKR players.

Several fans shared photos and screenshots from the broadcast on social media. A fan account shared a picture of Suhana at the stadium and tweeted: “Queen Suhana Khan is here (fire emojis).” Other photos showed both Suhana and Ananya watching the match. “Suhana Khan and Ananya Panday are here to support KKR,” read a tweet.

Suhana had previously shared a selfie video on her Instagram Stories on Friday night. In the video, as she looked into the camera in the short video, the words “Match day” could be seen written on the screen. Suhana was sitting in a moving car. Most of Kolkata’s IPL matches this season are in Mumbai due to Covid-19 restrictions. Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri Khan was also clicked by the paparazzi earlier today when she stepped out for an excursion during the day.

Both Aryan and Suhana had participated in the Indian Premier League auctions this year on behalf of the KKR team. They sat on the team owners’ tables during the two-day auctions and got a sense of how things were handled.

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