Remember the young boy who played the son of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ and touched your heart when he lipsynced to the national anthem?
Actor Jibraan Khan, who played this adorable character of Krish is now all grown up to be a hottie and his latest pics will surely take you to a nostalgia trip!
Playing Shah Rukh and Kajol’s adorable son Krish, Jibraan Khan made us all go ‘awww’ when he sang the Indian national anthem instead of “Do Re Mi.”
Jibraan is the son of legendary actor Arjun aka Firoz Khan, who immortalised himself after playing the role of Arjuna in B.R. Chopar’s ‘Mahabharat’.
The little munchkin who told his mom to take a chill pill but later made her proud by making a group of British children sing the Indian national anthem.
Well, the little eight-year-old Krish Raichand, who sang national anthem Jana Gana Mana for his mom, Kajol is now 23-year-old, and a hottie who can make any girl go weak in her knees.
He works as a trainer at Shiamak Davar’s dance studio, where he himself was once a student.
After completing his graduation, 22-year-old Jibraan trained himself in martial arts, kathak, and horse riding to make himself fit for a Bollywood debut.
The grown-up little boy is making us all go wow with his latest pictures on Instagram and we can’t wait for this model and dance instructor to take to the silver screen as a hero!
He excelled in all major forms of dance and became an instructor. At present he has his own dance academy where he gives dancing lessons to young kids and teenagers.
He has acted in a couple of movies as a child artist. It all started with the Karan Johar Film called ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ in 2001, while he got another the same year called ‘Kyo Kii… Main Jhuth Nahin Bolta’ followed by another called Rishtey in 2002.
Besides, he also was seen in the 1999 based film called ‘Bade Dilwala’ starring Sunil Shetty and Priya Gill. He also appeared in a couple of TV commercials as has been the cute little child image in the industry. He was also seen in a couple of TV ads and commercials.