Gauri Khan shares a picture of an 'All grown up' AbRam Khan reading Karan Johar's book, all by himself. | Memsaab.com

AbRam Khan is one of the most adorable munchkins of the Tinsel Town. He's often spotted with his father and Superstar Shah Rukh Khan. This time, the toddler could be seen with his mother Gauri Khan.

She took to her Instagram account to share a picture of the toddler where he could be seen reading Karan Johar's book The Big Thoughts of Little Luv all by himself.

She took to her Instagram account to share a picture of the toddler where he could be seen reading Karan Johar's book The Big Thoughts of Little Luv all by himself.
In This Image: Gauri Khan, AbRam Khan
Gauri Khan's daughter Suhana had spoken about Colourism in one of her recent Instagram posts and talking about the same in a recent interview, this is what Gauri Khan had to say, “I think it is time we stop discriminating on the basis of the colour of our skin, and I am proud of her for standing up for herself.”
 

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected a lot of lives in different ways, how was it for her?

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected a lot of lives in different ways, how was it for her?
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She answered, "The pandemic has taught me patience! I was also able to devote time to my art — abstract art mostly — watercolours on paper and acrylic on canvas." When asked about spending time with family, she said, "We spent a lot of time together as a family, which is otherwise not possible, given everyone's schedule. So that's been nice."

Coming to Shah Rukh Khan, he has been away from the big screen for over two years.

Coming to Shah Rukh Khan, he has been away from the big screen for over two years.
In This Image: Gauri Khan, AbRam Khan
Last seen in Zero in December 2018, reports say he's now gearing up for as many as three films- Pathan with Deepika Padukone and John Abraham, a film with Atlee Kumar and then a social drama with Rajkumar Hirani. The actor is also touted to have a cameo in Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt's Brahmastra and R. Madhavan's Rocketery.