Shah Rukh Khan and AbRam are Having the Time of their Lives in this Unseen Video
The Khan clan recently headed to the Maldives for a much-needed break and pictures surfaced on social media. An unseen video shows SRK and AbRam taking on the Maldivian waves
While Shah Rukh Khan has not signed a project this year, he recently lent his voice for the Hindi version of The Lion King; which has been a hit with fans. His eldest son, Aaryan Khan also lent his voice for the character of Simba. After much success of the film, the Khan clan decided to head out on a much-needed vacation to the Maldives. Pictures and videos from their family vacation surfaced online and circulated across social media. Shah Rukh Khan too took to his Instagram account and shared some clicks of their vacation.
A recent video however has surfaced, in which Shah Rukh Khan and youngest son, AbRam can be seen on a jet ski and are having the time of their life. The video shows the father and son duo indulging in the water sport. Shah Rukh Khan can be seen riding the jet ski and has little AbRam close to him, of course to ensure the safety of his youngest one. This video is also proof that SRK is a true Bollywood hero. While the video is taken from a distance, the father and son can be seen making a few rounds of the ocean.
The Khan family had an enjoyable time under the Maldivian sun, going on yacht rides, snorkeling, taking part in lots of water sports and spending quality time with each other. Gauri Khan also took to her Instagram and shared pictures of their vacation and it looked like a whole load of fun.
Shah Rukh Khan was last seen in the Bollywood film, Zero, alongside Anushka Sharma, which didn’t fare too well at the box office. When questioned about his next Bollywood film, he said, “At this point, I have yet to decide on anything. I am just listening to film scripts,” said the Kuch Kuch Hota Hai star during the interview. “I am going to spend some time just listening to scripts and hopefully, by June, I should take a call on which film I want to do next.”