Shah Rukh Khan, famously known as SRK, is a recognised Indian actor, film producer. He is also referred to as the “Baadshah of Bollywood”, “King of Bollywood” and “King Khan”.
He has acted in as many as 80 Hindi films in his career. He earned several honours to his name including 14 Filmfare Awards.
For the unversed, SRK’s Foundation provides further support to acid attacks survivors and for those who have sustained major burn injuries, taking care of medical treatment as well as offering legal aid, vocational training, rehabilitation and livelihood support.
SRK’s NGO by the name of Meer Foundation has been working closely with Deepa Malik and her foundation ‘Wheeling Happiness’ to make lives easier for athletes as they take guard. “It has been a privilege knowing and associating with Deepa for a cause as virtuous as this.
Case in point, Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has been making the headlines for all the wrong reasons of late. Ever since Aryan Khan was detained by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the Mumbai drug case last month, there was no peace in SRK’s family.
SRK kept mum on the matter for a long time now. However, SRK has finally broken his silence on his son. According to a close source from the SRK family, the Bollywood actor has made a request to all his filmmakers to give him freedom during the shoots, in a manner that he can work and can stay close to his family as well.
“He (Shah Rukh) has asked to keep film schedules that are outside India in small chunks, instead of one big schedule and leave scope for him to visit home every couple of weeks for a few days. He has requested them to plan the shoot in such a way that portions with the other artists can be shot while he is away so that he can be there with his family every once in a while without impacting the shoots or causing any delays.”
“Shah Rukh Khan has become very protective of Aryan and his family after the recent incident and has decided to be there for them and find a balance between personal and professional time,” the source added.