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My life not an open book: Shah Rukh


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Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan has the gift of the gab and is known for his wit and humour. He comes across as a “people’s actor”, shaking a leg with them at almost every event and his fans claim to know SRK inside out, but the superstar thinks otherwise.

“My life is not as open book, the way people consider it. When I come in front of you people, it is mostly work related. I feel that you people belong to the same business as me so the questions that you ask, I usually give a good and detailed answer to that,” said SRK here at the unveiling of his official opus “King Khan – The Official Opus of Shah Rukh Khan”.

The actor, who has spent more than 23 years in the industry, says his only motto is to entertain the public.

“I have done so many films that it becomes difficult to find something new. I want that if people want to work with me, I should have something new to tell from the work that I have done. I want to continue entertaining people the way I have.”

“I want to entertain the kids, the wives…,” he said. The actor has been a hit ever since he made an appearance in the popular TV serial Fauji in 1988 and then Circus.

After his debut in Bollywood with Deewana in 1992, he never looked back.Shah Rukh is currently busy promoting his latest film Don 2: The King Is Back, co-produced by him, Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani.

He is also co-producing Student Of The Year with Karan Johar. (IANS)


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