Shah Rukh Khan, known as the king of romance, said that he acts to appeal to kids more than adults. “I really love kids. Most of my acting is designed to appeal the children more than the adults. I love entertaining children,” he said.
While interacting with the media at the launch of edutainment theme park Kidzania in Noida, the 50-year-old actor said that friends of his kids call him Shahrukh, instead of uncle. “I spend the best time with kids; not only mine; I love spending time with my kids' friends. Half of them don't even call me Shahrukh. I am so friendly with all of them,” said SRK.
The 'Happy New Year' star's love for kids come under limelight time and again when he tweets snaps with his kids specially his 2.5-year-old toddler AbRam. SRK even mentioned that other than shooting for films, the only thing he does is spending time with his children. At the same event, when this superstar was asked about his remark on the 'intolerance' issue that created a furore, he chose to duck the question with dignity.
“I have understood one thing that one must talk about things keeping the platform in mind. I feel, this is not the right platform to talk about intolerance,” he said. “We will meet and talk about it on some other platform where people are discussing on intolerance,” SRK added.