Shah Rukh Khan and Suhana Khan.
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan took to social media on Sunday to share an adorable message dedicated to parents on the occasion of Father's Day.
"Happy Fathers Day to all fathers. Here's wishing all parents the most beautiful moments and memories with their 'lil naughty munchkins'," Shah Rukh Khan tweeted on Sunday evening.
The superstar also shared a throwback image of him and his daughter Suhana Khan on his Instagram stories.
In the image a young Suhana Khan is seen kissing her doting father.
The black and white image has been saved in his Instagram highlights.
Commenting on his tweet, fans showered the actor with their love and appreciation.
"Happy Father's Day to you too, Shah. Dads mean a lot, they're like an endless source of love and understanding...our best friends. Your children and you are so lucky to have each other.
Enjoy your Sunday with much fun, laughter and creating more beautiful moments together," commented a fan.
"Being one now you know, Fathers are always with their munchkins. Abbu bhi hamesha apke saath hai, hes watching you & so proud to see his little boy becoming so responsible to be as good father like him..." shared another fan.
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