Shah Rukh Khan Will Work With AbRam Khan As Soon As Son's Schedule Clears Up
Shah Rukh Khan was asked by a fan if he would work with AbRam anytime soon, to which the actor replied that he is waiting for his son's schedule to clear up first
It's no doubt that Shah Rukh Khan - one of the biggest stars of Bollywood - came from nothing. He started his career with TV shows in 1988, but got his big break in the film industry in 1992 with Deewana. He later starred in the likes of Baazigar, Darr, Karan Arjun, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, to name a few, that earned him worldwide recognition. Now, he's one of the highest paid and most sought after actor in Bollywood. Shah Rukh, however, has been taking a small break from films right now, especially after his last outing Zero didn't fare too well at the box office. While no confirmations of his next film have been made yet, there is one 'star' that Shah Rukh does want to work with in the future.
In a surprise question and answer session on Twitter, in honour of Dussehra, Shah Rukh tweeted to his followers to ask him any questions, under the #AskSRK hashtag. On the social media website, a fan asked him if he would work with his youngest son, AbRam - who is 6 years old. The fan wrote, "When are you doing a film with AbRam?" To which Shah Rukh replied, "As soon as I get his dates."
Earlier this year, Shah Rukh worked with his oldest son Aryan as the two were cast to voice the Hindi dubbed version of The Lion King. Shah Rukh voiced Mufasa, while Aryan voiced the king of the jungle's son, Simba. Apart from that, Shah Rukh is currently going through a couple of scripts to sign his next venture. Dring a press conference of his upcoming show, Ted Talks, Shah Rukh had shared, "I am taking time. I am thinking. I am working on two to three scripts and as soon as they are ready - because I am ready and most of the people working are ready - I will announce it."