King Khan, Shah Rukh Khan spoke his heart out about his children. He admits that he equally loves his children and his love cannot be compared as to who is pampered more in the family.
He also added the cutest statement to describe his children by commenting that Aryan is a DUDE, Suhana is a PRETTY LADY, and Abram is a LITTLE GANGSTER. Now, those are cute adjectives added to describe his close bonding with his children.
It is true that as parents, we really cannot make a comparison between our children. They all are loved equally, but its fun to describe them and that’s what exactly Shah Rukh is doing. To add more, Shah Rukh describes how his children respect his fans and love for their father. He said; “When there is Eid, Diwali or my birthday, people usually come outside my house and they shout and take my name. And their voices can be heard inside the house. When AbRam hears it, he says ‘Papa bachas have come.”
He added by saying; “I was working till late night, so I thought I will meet you (media and fans) bit late, but he (AbRam) came to my room and said ‘papa bachas have come’. I don’t know how he feels it as he is small. But he respects the fact that people love and respect me from outside the house. He makes it a point and holds my hand and takes me to the balcony.”
He also shared his excitement about playing toys with AbRam. He said; “I have got lot more toys like cycle, etc. I have an excuse to buy toys in the name of AbRam and play it myself.” Now, isn’t that cute!!! The 50 year old actor comes to his balcony without fail to wave his fans and well-wishers.
Here are a few more words straight from Shah Rukh Khan; “I am equal with my children. Aryan was the first child, Suhana is most special because she is a girl and AbRam is the youngest so everybody loves him. I can’t decide. I have a dude son, pretty lady and a little gangster…I love them all and it is nice to spend time with them. It is not possible to say who is pampered more or who is close as I love them equally they are my children. I hope they love me equally as we love them”.