Shah Rukh Khan Says His Kids Make Him Feel Awkward; Look At What They Tell Him About His Films

Shah Rukh Khan is a doting father. The actor was present to cheer his daughter Suhana Khan at screening of her debut film The Archies. He also celebrated his 10-year-old son AbRam’s performance at his school’s Annual Day celebration. The actor recently went to Dubai to promote his upcoming film Dunki. During the promotional event, Shah Rukh shared his children’s evolving reactions to his movies and how it made him awkward.

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Shah Rukh Khan on his kids

Speaking at the event, SRK said, “Mera bacha hai 26 saal ka, bacha kya ab toh ghoda ho gaeya hai woh. Mere beti hai 23 saal ki, aur mera ek aur beta hai 10 saal ka. (I have a kid of 26-year-old, he is not a kid anymore, he has now become a horse. I have a daughter of 23-year-old and a ten-year-old son). I didn’t realise that so many years have passed, I have worked in films for 34 years now, and there are days when I tell my children come watch my films.”

Shah Rukh Khan with family

He added, “Earlier, when I used to show them my films, they were nice but later on they started saying, ‘Papa how is your hair…look at the way you look.’ So, I became awkward. Today people do my mimicry on the internet, “I love you KKKK Kiran..” Maine kab aisa bola yaar (When have I said the dialogue like this).” The actor then goes on to say his famous dialogue from his 1993 film Darr. He also said, “So, I get very awkward watching my own films. Having said that there are some lovely ones.”

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Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film Dunki is directed by Rajkumar Hirani. It also stars Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal and Boman Irani in lead roles. It will hit the theatres on December 21.