Raksha Bandhan – a festival where the between siblings is observed. However, something different has happened this time as festive vibes have been flooding social media account, not because of the event but because our Bollywood celebrities too celebrated Rakhi with a lot of fun. Veteran actor Shah Rukh Khan is one of the stars who took his celebrations to Twitter and made the day even more special. His post showed a picture of Suhana Khan and Abram and displayed an important message as caption.
Shah Rukh Khan shared a powerful message along with the picture of his kids. He wrote, “Raakhi done…with a promise in the family to respect all women. Respect for women will make u inspired, make u tender hearted & morally strong. Happy Raakhi to all ye bros out there…& respect to all sisters.”
Raakhi done…with a promise in the family to respect all women. Respect for women will make u inspired, make u tender hearted & morally strong. Happy Raakhi to all ye bros out there…& respect to all sisters. pic.twitter.com/pSpVSs0ojc
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) August 26, 2018
That’s not all! Just a few days ago, on the occassion of Eid, SRK and AbRam were seen waving to an ocean of fans from their house and great bond between the two. Meanwhile, Suhana, who had made headlines in the news was for appearing the cover of Vogue, was criticized for being too inexperienced to be in the cover and her only qualification being that she is Shah Rukh’s daughter. However, in the interview, Suhana showed great confidence and inability to be shaken by the amount of online trolling she faced and expressed how she deals with all the hatred that comes to her.
On this note, Shah Rukh Khan also shared with Economic Times, “I understand what you are saying there is no way to protect them from who I am. I’m a good monster and only I can protect my children from who I am. By keeping a certain amount of dignity in the face of opinions, by keeping a certain amount of calm in the face of disarray, by keeping a certain amount of honesty and hard work in the face of nepotism.” he stated.
“People’s perception of stardom could be, for example, “Star ka baccha hai, gaadi tez chalatahoga (He’s a star kid, his driving must be really rash). The great happiness that I give them as a father, the love and education and teachings that I give them, and the fact that I work so hard as a father – it’s their responsibility now to live with it and figure it out,” SRK concluded.