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Shah Rukh Khan greets nation on occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who has greeted the entire nation on the occasion of Eid, said though he is pretty much comfortable with media interaction and sudden clicks, paparazi makes his kids feel awkward.


By   |  Updated On : June 26, 2017 11:00 PM
Mumbai :  

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who has greeted the entire nation on the occasion of Eid, addressed a press conference on Monday, 26th June, 2017.

After greeting his fans and followers from the bottom of his heart the 51-year-old actor who has three kids namely Suhana, Aryan and AbRam, has said, media attention and paparazi make his kids feel 'awkward'. 

"They are not movie stars. They just happened to be a movie stars children. And I think they are very respectful and they are very decent. When they come out with me I make sure that they stand and do a picture because I know its meant to be important. "I request that if you see them publicly... dont assume they'll be able to handle media like I do. They get awkward. Secondly, they come out publicly doesnt mean they want to be actors", the 'Dilwale' actor was quoted while interacting with reporters.

SRK had earlier said his daughter wanted to become an actress. However, he maintains that Suhana will get into the profession only after completing her studies.

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"My children will finish their studies because in my house there is a minimal qualification rule which is graduation. They have to finish their college."

Suhana recently made an appearance with Shah Rukh for the launch of a high-end restaurant in Mumbai, which started trending on social media but Shah Rukh says their public outings have nothing to do with his daughters movie debut.

"Suhana is in 11th and still has 4-5 years of studies left. So there is a long long way to go. Just because she comes out publicly doesnt mean that were taking her out in public so that people start calling her a heroine. Im an outsider. I came from Delhi. I never came out publicly. I directly came in films and I hope my children do that once they are educated enough to do that."

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First Published: Monday, June 26, 2017 08:14 PM


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