Aamir Khan‘s darling daughter Ira Khan recently tied the knot with her longtime beau Nupur Shikhare in an intimate wedding ceremony in Mumbai. Along with the newlyweds, there was one more person who grabbed the attention of the internet at the wedding and it was none other than Aamir’s elder son Junaid Khan!
Dressed in a grey suit, pink shirt and a contrasting tie, Junaid made a stylish appearance at his sister’s wedding.In viral videos and photos, Junaid was captured alongside his father, Aamir, prompting swift recognition from fans who couldn’t help but observe the striking resemblance he bore to the acclaimed Hollywood sensation, Henry Cavill.
Check out their pictures here:



Many enthusiasts dubbed Junaid as the desi Superman due to the striking similarity in their looks. A social media user posted comparative images of Junaid and Henry Cavill, encouraging others to examine and engage in conversations about the remarkable resemblance between the two.

While Aamir’s daughter, Ira Khan, has openly conveyed her lack of interest in being in the limelight, his son with ex-wife Reena Dutta, Junaid, is gearing up for an acting career. The budding star is currently in the midst of shooting for his Bollywood debut, a film titled “Maharaja.”

Aamir Khan’s son, Junaid Khan’s ‘cool’ transformation wows the internet; fans call him ‘Indian Henry Cavill’

Aamir had disclosed earlier that Junaid had auditioned for Mira Nair‘s ‘A Suitable Boy’ but, unfortunately, didn’t secure the role. According to reports, Junaid is set to portray the character of a lawyer in his upcoming film ‘Maharaja,’ directed by Sidharth P Malhotra. Sidharth is renowned for his work in the 2018 film ‘Hichki,’ the 2003 movie ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho,’ and the 2002 show ‘Sanjivani: A Medical Boon.’ There is considerable anticipation surrounding Junaid’s Bollywood debut, and fans are eagerly looking forward to witnessing his first performance on the big screen.

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