Ananya is too lovely to be Chunky Pandey's daughter, Farah Khan

Choreographer turned filmmaker Farah Khan, who is known for her good sense of humour and witty remark made a funny comment about Chunky Pandey. When Chunky’s wife Bhavana shared a beautiful picture of their pretty daughter Ananya with open hair and big eyes, social media is flooded praising her beauty but the most interesting and hilarious comment came from Chunky and Bhavana’s good friend Farah.

Comment on the picture, Farah wrote with a laughter emoji # Do a dna test pls.. shes too lovely to b chunkys child”.

Farah disbelieved that Chunkey’s daughter can be so beautiful and she demands for a DNA test.

Ananya is the next star kid in the block and she will soon be debuting at le Bal.  ‘le Bal’, also referred to as le Bal des Débutantes, since its inception in 1992 brings together 20 girls and 20 boys from a dozen nationalities.

A throng of young Indian ladies have made their debut in high society at le Bal. Among them are Princess Adishree Singh of Jammu and Kashmir (2009), Shaiyara Devi of Kapurthala (2011), Isha Ambani and Ashna Mehta (2011), Princess Askshita Bhanjdeo of Mayurbhanj and Jaisalmer (2013), and Jayati Modi (2016).

This year, le Bal will introduce two Indian faces - Princess Gauravi Kumari of Jaipur and Ananya.

Ananya will be dressed by Jean Paul Gaultier, while Princess Gauravi will be wearing a sari-inspired couture gown by Tarun Tahiliani.

Speaking on its 25th anniversary milestone and this year's Indian debutantes at le Bal, founder Ophelie Renouard said in a statement, "India is such a major player in today's world. I am happy that for the first time, we have two debutantes from India and I would like this to happen every year."

le Bal will be held on November 25 at The Peninsula Hotel in Paris.

There were also rumours that Ananya will make her Bollywood debut with Karan Johar’s ‘Student Of The Year 2’ with Tiger Shroff but not yet confirmed.

Chunky has earlier said he doesn’t mind if his daughter chooses to be an actor. “I would like to tell her that it’s important that you don’t imitate anyone else’s success story. You have to make your own story, and I would love to be known as Ananya Pandey’s father,” he had.