Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, a doting father to three children, said he wishes to keep delaying the onset of adulthood in their lives.
"19 Sept. Like my dad (RIP), my only duty to my kids is to delay the onset of their adulthood as much as possible. Retain purity of their childhood," Shah Rukh tweeted on the death anniversary of his father.
19Sept. Like my dad(RIP),my only duty 2 my kids is 2 delay the onset of their adulthood as much as possible.Retain purity of their childhood— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) September 18, 2017
Film-maker Shekhar Kapur, who has a daughter, had a word of wisdom to share with Shah Rukh.
"Lots of love to your kids. Yes, it's what I try every day. But not just our kids, ourselves too," Kapur wrote.
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Shah Rukh's father, Meer Taj Mohammed Khan was a freedom fighter. The actor has sons Aryan and AbRam and daughter Suhana.
Aryan, 19, and Suhana, 17, are biological children of Shah Rukh and his wife Gauri and years later, the couple had AbRam on May 27, 2013 via surrogacy.
On the work front, the actor will next be seen in Aanand L Rai's directorial in which he will be playing the role of a dwarf. A few months back the actor also shot for the film in the city.
According to a leading daily, Shah Rukh's character seems to be inspired from Tyrion Lannister played by Peter Dinklage in the blockbuster show Game Of Thrones.
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Talking about the role, a source stated, "The source of Shah Rukh's character is definitely on the lines of Tyrion Lannister, who is happy and always celebrating his life. Shah Rukh will play a happy dwarf, who brings families together."
Recently, director Anand L Rai spoke about the progress of the film, to a leading entertainment media portal. He stated, "We're working on it, working on the script and going for the next schedule in September."
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