I Share My Sadness Only With My Children, Says SRK
He is rarely seen without his dimpled smile and crackling sense of humour but the 'Badshah of Bollywood' Shah Rukh Khan does have his low phases which he shares only with his children.
The 44-year-old superstar's journey, from TV serial 'Fauji' to his latest 'My Name Is Khan', has gone through ups and downs in his two decade long acting career and he insists that his kids have been his biggest support.
"I like kids. I like company of kids more than adults. I remember when my own children, Aryan was 5 or 6, I shared my biggest depression," Shah Rukh said.
"I don't like to talk to people about my sadness and I think the only people I have spoken to, and that too when they do not understood anything, were Aryan and Suhana. So I sat them down and told them I am really sad while they drooled all over me," he added.
Shah Rukh may have become a huge name but the superstar still enjoys giving autographs and standing with his fans for a click.
"My life is two dimensional. People should take picture with me. I think I am only good for camera. That's why when somebody just meets me, I know all everyone wants from me is a photograph or an autograph or may be a roll of a video and that's all. When I exists I exists more on a film roll than in real life," Shah Rukh said.
Discovery's Travel & Living is set to present a 10-part series on Shah Rukh from February 26 which will delve into the private and exclusive world of the superstar. PTI