Every father is protective of their daughters and Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan is no different. In a recent interaction with David Letterman Shahrukh revealed that he can’t stand any other men in his daughter’s life. He shared that he loves solving problems of his kids but hates it when it is related to a boyfriend or a girlfriend. He had stated, “I sort out all their problems and hate it when they have boyfriend/girlfriend problems. I just want to say ‘kick that person out’ but you know then I say, ‘in life, it happens that you have to give and take in relationships darling.’ I hate explaining it to her. I want to tell her this guy is no good. But I have to sometimes choose presents for him which is like the worst thing possible. ‘Papa what do you think he’ll like?’ Oh, he’ll like a ‘enacts punch’ on his face.”

Shah Rukh Khan does not want Suhana Khan to find someone like the role he played in the movies. In an interview with Filmfare Magazine Shah Rukh Khan revealed how he asked his daughter to kick a guy if he behaves like ‘Raj’or ‘Rahul.’ Explaining in brief about what is the essence of romance; SRK said it is to make somebody feel it at a particular moment in time. Adding further, he spoke about how he is not personally like the characters he played in his films. Khan disclosed that if he stood with my arms open and sang a song in front of his wife Gauri Khan, she would probably throw him out of the house.

Disclosing details on what he advised Suhana Khan, the actor said he told Suhana that if a guy meets her and says, “Rahul, naam toh suna hoga”, he’s a stalker. While if the boy looks at you across a room at a party and says, ‘Aur paas, aur paas’, SRK mentioned he advised his daughter to go and kick him in the shins.

While Shahrukh Khan has always been in the limelight the Khan’s have always managed to keep their personal life under wraps and are seldom seen at public outings. Gauri had once told Vogue, “My life is with Shah Rukh and the kids. He is the best husband and father I could ever ask for. I always say that I am so fortunate to be with Shah Rukh Khan, the man. I don’t come from a space where I gush and praise—the world is doing enough of that. I like to keep my love for him private and inside the doors of Mannat”.

Well, Shahrukh is like every protective father ever. What do you guys think?