Aryan Khan, the son of actor Shah Rukh Khan, just debuted his high-end streetwear line, D’YAVOL X. The collection was quickly sold out, despite some complaints about the expensive coats and T-shirts of his business. On April 30, Aryan introduced the line, and his father SRK was seen aggressively pushing it. Even at the current IPL matches, SRK and Suhana Khan were seen sporting hoodies and t-shirts with X prints. Shah Rukh Khan was also featured in Aryan’s debut advertisement for his company. Now that the firm has sold out of all of its products in one day, SRK has responded.
A brief about Shah Rukh Khan reacts as his son Aryan Khan’s line of clothing sells out in a single day
Aryan Khan announced that it had sold out on his social media page after the collection was released on April 30. “Thank you for the ride,” it said. We’ve all sold out. Watch for the following one (sic). Aryan’s post was reposted by Shah Rukh Khan on his Instagram stories. It’s interesting that the brand sold T-shirts for Rs. 24000 and coats for staggering Rs.
During the IPL, do you recall seeing Shah Rukh Khan sporting a black sweater with a red ‘X’ around his chest? Fans have also seen his son Aryan Khan multiple times sporting a related outfit. It wasn’t until much later that it was revealed the celebrity modelled for his son’s co-owned line of upscale streetwear. On April 30, the X collection became accessible to consumers, with each jacket costing Rs 2,00,555. The trademark piece was immediately sold out as the collection went up! For Rs 60,16,650, as many as 30 pieces were sold.
Aryan Khan is reportedly drafting a script for both a feature film and Amazon Prime Video. Later, Aryan had made an announcement that his first project, a web series, had reached the writing stage. He will also serve as the show’s creator and director. His programme is called Stardom, and production has just begun. Six episodes will make up this series, according to rumours. On this, an official confirmation is awaited. The production is done by SRK and Gauri’s Company Red Chillies Entertainment.