Saturday, August 3, 2013

Shah Rukh Khan talks about his third child AbRam

Mumbai, Sat Aug 03 2013(7STARNEWS)Shah Rukh Khan gets candid on that state of mind, biting the Hollywood bait and more

A digital game launch for Chennai Express, a visit to the sets of Taarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma, Comedy Nights with Kapil and Indian Idol among a score of other activities, the blitzkreig around Chennai Express is archetypal Shah Rukh Khan.

The film, a breezy romance with oodles of action, flying cars included — it\'s a Rohit Shetty film after all — is taking up a good amount of his time. The pairing up with director Rohit Shetty well known for his laughter riots is a first of sorts. Shetty had initially planned upon a remake of Angoor, but ended up narrating a love story complete with side-effects to the superstar and the next thing he knew, he had Shah Rukh Khan on board for a megabudget production. Chennai Express also brings Khan together with Deepika Padukone, who he launched in Om Shanti Om, an earlier home production. Given her remarkable progression ever since and their crackling on-screen chemistry, there is much excitement on this jodi as the one to watch out for.

On the personal front, there\'s been a happy development with arrival of son AbRam and something of a rapprochement with buddy turned foe Salman Khan at Mumbai MLA Baba Siddique\'s iftaar party. His business ventures are beginning to reap dividends and new ones like Kidzania are on the brink of take-off, so it would be fair to say that things are looking good. However Khan, busy as ever, is clocking in impossible hours devoted to the cause of film promotion It is in Film City, on the sets of Kapil Sharma show that one is supposed to meet him.

His arrival on the sets is delayed due to various reasons, but once there the show rolls seamlessly with the audience delighted at the prospect of seeing Khan in person, patiently answering their questions and asking a few of his own. The high point of the show is when a young fan in the audience, who has rechristened himself Rahul, as a homage of sorts to various Rahuls played by Khan, is moved to tears while hugging him. There are several others — all equally enamoured of Khan in their own way. Off the sets too, there is a mini rebellion brewing -photographers waiting for their turn at clicking the stars are turning belligerent while a privileged few, known to TV actor Ali Asgar are queuing up for a photo-op. Accompanying him is director Rohit Shetty who after a short appearance on the show is in a discussion with him. Fortunately, the uncertainty draws to an end and I am allowed to conduct the interview with the superstar in the drive between Film City to Taj Land\'s End. Between the two destinations, we cover some distance in the interview primarily about movies and then some. Excerpts:
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