Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is currently shooting for his comeback film ‘Pathan’, recently conducted a virtual chat with acid attack survivors.
He spoke to the survivors who are associated with Meer Foundation, and during the virtual meet, SRK remembered his mother, discussed baby names, sang songs from his films, lauded their bravery, grit and determination and encouraged the women to take care of themselves. He also asked for updates about their health.
During the conversation, when a survivor told her she had tattooed his face and name on her forearm with henna, SRK spoke about his mother and talked about the fond memories when she would apply a little henna, that feels cool on application, on his hand to provide some relief from the Delhi summers. He also asked the new and expecting mothers about their babies and families. The ladies were also asking for baby name suggestions while SRK sang a few lines from his films like Kal Ho Na Ho.
One of the expecting mothers said that she will be sending him 2-3 names and he can then select one name from the list. Replying to this, SRK said, “Yes, yes I keep very good names. So please send me the names.” He joked, “I will get some work to do as I have nothing to do now.”
Sharing the video of the virtual interaction on Twitter, SRK wrote, “Can’t wait to meet these lovely women in person soon. Much love to my team at @MeerFoundation for bringing a small part of the family together to catch up & chat. Until we meet again…. In the meantime, stay safe & love you all!”
Take a look:
— Meer Foundation (@MeerFoundation) April 1, 2021
Meanwhile, on the work front, SRK was last seen in ‘Zero’ with Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif.
He is all set to be seen in ‘Pathan’ alongside John Abraham and Deepika Padukone. The film also has Salman Khan in a special appearance.