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Bollywood Star kids and their not-so-common names!

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Bollywood stars are known for doing it all differently, be it weddings, promotions or other big announcements.

Having said that it is not surprising how these celebrities chose unusual names for their children.

SRK named his daughter Suhana, while Rani named her daughter Adira and Hrithik’s sons are called Hrehaan and Hridhaan.

With Salman Khan’s sister Arpita Sharma naming her son Ahil, we bring to you a quick recap of B-town kids and their unconventional names.

Aamir Khan Aamir has a daughter Ira from his first wife Reena Dutta. The name has various meanings - ‘watchful’ in Hebrew, ‘warrior’ in Greek and ‘the wind God’ in Sanskrit.

Aishwarya Rai, Abhishek Bachchan Ash and Abhi named their daughter Aaradhya, which means the first one.

Farhan Akhtar Farhan and Adhuna’s daughters are named Shakya, which means energy circle in Sanskrit and Akira, which means intelligent in Japanese.

Hrithik Roshan Hrithik and Suzanne’s sons are named Hrehaan and Hridhaan, which mean God’s chosen one and good heart respectively.

Kajol Ajay and Kajol’s daughter is named Nysa, a name of Greek origin, which means ambition. Their son is named Yug, which means era in Hindi.

Lara Dutta Lara’s daughter looks like a little princess and we aren’t surprised her parents named her Saira, which means princess.

Shilpa Shetty Shilpa and Raj Kundra named their son Viaan, which means full of energy and life.

Shahrukh Khan SRK and Gauri named their youngest son AbRam, which is a popular name of Hebrew origin. Their eldest son has a very conventional name - Aryan while their daughter is named Suhana, which means ‘pleasing’ in Sanskrit.

Sushmita Sen Sushmita has two daughters Renee and Alicia. Renee means ‘reborn’ while Alicia means ‘one who is noble’.

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