India is not only big in terms of population but also in terms of diversity and cultural heritage. It is imperative we start teaching the kids of this generation to move in the right direction, a way that has no religious, cultural, racial, or gender barriers, a way that highlights the importance of equality, and a way which would take us to our desired destination, an “Incredible India”.
There are others who are setting a bad example at a young age, for example, Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan. Time and again, he made the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Being a celebrity child is not a matter of joke, especially in today’s society, when many people assume that celebrities have it easy in life and receive whatever they desire.
Consequently, they have been slammed by the public, who point out that they have not had the same difficulties as others.
In 2014, a video of Aryan enjoying some private moments with Navya Naveli, Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter, went viral. However, it was eventually discovered that the faces in the film were just the appearance of the celebrity youngsters.
In a shocking development, Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan (23) was among 8 persons detailed in Mumbai Sunday by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in association with an alleged drugs raid on a cruise ship the previous evening.
While Aryan Khan set a wrong example, R Madhavan’s son Vedaant did India proud by winning medals.
Vedaant won a silver medal for India at the Asian Age Group Swimming Championship 2019 in Bengaluru.
The energetic boy took part in a 4x100m freestyle relay for ‘Group II’ boys. His father shared a collage of pictures from the event. In the post, R Madhavan mentioned that it is his son’s first-ever official medal representing India in international sports.
He had won 3 gold medals and 1 silver medal at the Junior National Level Swim meet.
Madhavan took to social media to share the news, “With all you Blessings, good wishes and Gods Grace … Vedaant makes us very proud again.. 3 golds and a silver at the Junior Nationals Swim meet. His first individual National medals ? . Asian next. Thank you so much to GAF MUMBAI and to all the coaches and team members,” he wrote.
Vedaant once again did his father proud by winning bronze for India at the Latvian Open Swimming Champion event. An elated Madhavan shared the news on social media. “So very happy and proud of the Indian contingent that won one gold and 2 bronze at the Latvian open qualifiers. Congratulations @sajanprakash for making the Olympic B cut bro.. god bless you with huge victories.
Congratulations @tanishgeorge and @vedaant_madhavan for getting the bronze for India. so so proud of you boys .. you won despite competing with way older and stronger swimmers .. wow And a huge grateful shout out to Pradeep Sir, Peter sir, Satish sir, and Murgesh sir, and @ansadxb for being the force behind Vedaant and his friends.”