Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan recently featured featured on Vogue India’s cover and now she is just one step closer to make her entry in Bollywood. The cover was launched by SRK himself at an event in Mumbai. While many loved Suhana appearing on Vogue India’s cover page, a Twitterati named Bhumika Chheda, who claims to be a struggling television actor, seems quite annoyed with this.

Shah Rukh Khan’s Daughter Suhana Khan Ups The Glam Quotient on a Magazine Cover, Check Pics and Video

Shah Rukh Khan’s Daughter Suhana Khan Ups The Glam Quotient on a Magazine Cover, Check Pics and Video

Chheda took to Twitter and wrote, “I am a struggling TV actor and I’ll tell you why people and other fellow struggling actors including me are annoyed because Suhana Khan is on the Vogue India cover. But before that, let me tell you my credibility. I have worked in a few episodics, 3 digital ads and a DD1 show.”

Chedda further elucidates the hardships that struggling actors have to go through and how rejections are tough to deal with. Talking about her struggling experience in the industry, she wrote, “A normal struggling actor spends his/her/families (if new) money to travel EVERYDAY (almost) to various studios to ask for work. What happens when you are not dressed appropriately as per audition requirements? They ask us to come again another day.”

Check out the Tweets here:

“What happens when you don’t fit the bill (requirement) according to the casting director? They say words like either “rejected, you don’t fit”. Thankfully many casting directors these days are kind enough to convey their opinion politely. Or else, it is rude, its tough to deal.” she wrote in another tweet.

She later went on to say that she is annoyed because Suhana Khan appeared on the leading fashion magazine’s cover page without proving her mettle. “Probably. I wasn’t as much bothered when Alia Bhatt appeared in the covers, we all knew she would. But she did that post her movie announcement. That matters 🙂 prooving the mettle matters.” She wrote.