Recently, Shah Rukh Khan put up this video of his son AbRam dancing at a school function.

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Within the first 2 seconds, it's clear to see that there's a whole host of celebrity kids on stage, considering the stars who are in attendance.

There's Arnab Goswami, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan in the audience.

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And here's Aishwarya Rai, Abhishek Bachchan and Leander Paes.

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When it comes to the kids of Bollywood stars, curiously enough, almost all of them seem to go to the same institution. So we decided to dig a little deeper and find out just how many star kids go here.

As you saw above, Shah Rukh's son AbRam goes here.

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So do Hrithik and Susanne's kids Hrehaan and Hridhaan.

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Abhishek and Aishwarya Bachchan's daughter Aaradhya attends this school.

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Saif's son Ibrahim went here.

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Sonu Nigam's kids attend.

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Chunky Pandey's daughter Rysa Pandey went here.

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Even Anupama Chopra's daughter Zuni Chopra went here.

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Sridevi's daughter Jhanvi Kapoor went here.

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Karisma Kapoor's son Kiaan also attends this school.

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And so does Lara Dutta's daughter Saira Bhupathi.

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So which school is it? It's Dhirubhai Ambani International School.

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Established in 2003 by Nita Ambani, this K-12 school is housed in a 7 storey building with every modern amenity imaginable. 

This is what their annual fees looks like -

LKG to Class 7 - Rs 1,70,000

Class 8 to Class 10 (ICSE) - Rs 1,85,000

Class 8 to Class 10 (IGCSE) - Rs 4,48,000

According to the Mumbai Mirror though, admission reportedly also involves a deposit of Rs.24 lakhs.

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The school is well known for its state-of-the-art labs and a focus on holistic education for the students. The student teacher ratio is also a lot more favourable than most Indian schools, giving them leeway to focus more on individuals.

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There's not really any tangible reason why all the star kids go here. Is it a cult? Is it just plain coincidence? I guess we'll never know.