AskSRK: Shah Rukh Khan reveals he is spending time ‘cleaning up the toys of his children’ during Coronavirus lockdown


Shah Rukh Khan may have been away from the big screen for some time but the superstar has been busy as ever and never far from his fans’ hearts and minds. After contributing to various relief funds with a clear-cut plan and strategy in place, the actor earned immense praise and respect for his generosity. He even offered his Mumbai office to the BMC for quarantine facilities and participated in an international locked-in concert called Together at Home with several eminent celebs who spoke about Coronavirus pandemic.

However, today he decided to give a treat to his fans and held an #AskSRK session on Twitter. The session was highly revealing as well as full of smart and witty answers from the superstar who did not miss even one cue. In today’s session, he was asked about his routine during the lockdown and his witty and on-point answer left everyone with a big smile on their face. He replied to the user with, “Inspite of contributing to the population boom, having three kids to be with is a treat. They r in all shapes and sizes, so the day goes by being with them each for a couple of hours. Then spend rest of the day cleaning up their toys!”

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His reply won hearts on the internet as his kids Aryan Khan, Suhana Khan and AbRam Khan are the most popular star kids of their generation. Responding to another query about what he has learned from the Coronavirus lockdown, SRK shared, “That we all need to slow down a bit. Look and feel life and nature a bit more than just seeking instant gratification 24/7.” 

SRK also shared positivity amid the Coronavirus outbreak in the country and in the world and responded to a user who said that he is binge-watching his films during the lockdown. He wrote, “Hope we overcome the virus...faster than the number of movies I have done. Insha Allah.” 

(Source: Twitter)