Shah Rukh Khan: I want to portray the greatest lover



July 18, 2017 11:24:41 AM IST
By Ruchita Mishra, Glamsham Editorial
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Shah Rukh Khan known as 'King of Romance', has been the most romantic actor in B-town. For years the superstar has been us charming with his smile, romantic antics. The way he romances actresses on screen and strikes his signature pose of spreading arms can make girls go weak in the knees!

He will be seen in JAB HARRY MET SEJAL, a rather quirky yet different kind of love story where he isn't seen romancing or dancing with Anushka Sharma, infact he is rather seen being flirtious and cheap!

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But little did we know that, SRK considers himself as pathetic, detached and demotional as far as romance and relationships in real life are concerned.

During recent media interactions, Shah Rukh said: 'I am pathetic with relationships. I am so pathetic that I am comic. If somebody said what did you say to him or her when he or she said this, my answer would shock you. They are like: 'But how could you?' and I say, 'I don't know how else to relate to this.' I am very bad with relationships. I am awful.'

Infact to our surprise, Shah Rukh prefers to hide his emotions, “I am extremely one-sided, perhaps even selfish. Actually, I am very detached. I am demotional (emotional and detached). I don't know how it works. I won't be able to say anything that I've done in my films to a girl, or even in relationships.” adds SRK.

He went on to say, “I don't have to believe in the roles I portray. I have to make you believe in it and that's a challenge always. An actor always goes for something that he is not. It's a vent. I want to be a Batman, a Spider-Man, a fire fighter, an evil don and I want to be the greatest lover in the world. And I am not any of these. That's why it turns me on.”

'For instance be it the famous train sequence from DILWALE DULHANIYA LE JAYENGE or proposing a girl on her wedding day in KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI, I am not telling you to run after a train and climb it. In real life, I would stop the train, or say let's meet at the next station. I would never do it in real life, putting my hand out, beating her would-be-husband. In KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI, the girl is getting married to a guy downstairs, I walk upto her and say 'I love you.' Now that's extremely weird, I wont do it,” ends SRK.

After reading this aren't you heart-broken?


  
  
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