He was the first Bollywood star to break silence and get involved in the ongoing debate ‘growing intolerance’ in the country. However, Shah Rukh Khan , who withdrew his statements recently claiming that he never said India is intolerant, once again avoided controversies when he faced reporters on Monday.
Asked to react to Aamir Khan’s statement on intolerance in the country, the king Khan said he would prefer to talk about something else. “We will talk about something else,” SRK told the reporters.
Aamir Khan was recently under the eye of a storm over his comments about growing intolerance in the country, after said he was”alarmed” by a number of incidents, and that his wife Kiran Rao even suggested that they should probably leave the country. He later clarified that neither him nor his wife Kiran, have any intention of leaving the country as he is proud to be an Indian.
Replying to reporters question on debate in the Parliament on rising intolerance in the country, Shah Rukh said, “you better ask them.”
Shah Rukh Khan was in the national capital for an event on road safety campaign, where he said since the number of cars have escalated in the national capital, proper infrastructure needs to be developed adding that it is important to educate young children about proper road safety measures.