Our fresh-faced cover girl Suhana Khan,personifies a new cohort after millennials. Gen Z, curious, determined and hardworking souls who are already shaking up the status quo, virtually and IRL.
Suhana, just 18, shows that if there’s one thing that her generation lacks, it’s a sense of entitlement. (“Suhana’s not working towards a promise of being cast, she’s working towards being an actor,” says her famous dad.)
She may have her mum’s smile and her father’s wit, but Suhana’s also a great dancer, and an unexpected theatre actor. Like her contemporaries—Janhvi Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan, Ananya Panday—she represents a new breed of to-be stars who evoke Insta intrigue even before their first film.
Suhana represents what is yet to come. Even as we watch her come of age, the ingénue shows us she’s ready to claim the spotlight all by her own.
See for yourself, Suhana at her debut shoot, facing the lens like she’s been doing it forever.
We introduce you to Sana Javeri Kadri, a budding photographer turned entrepreneur.
In‘Child’s play’, where a gallery of strong women relive their younger selves with a throwback shoot.
Upturning age-old beliefs, Shah Rukh Khan says it’s not parents who bring up children but viceversa.
In this issue, Priya Ramani writes a riveting piece on raising gender-neutral individuals who do not conform to binaries.
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