Will never join politics: Shah Rukh Khan

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  • Updated: Apr 29, 2013 14:10 IST
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Politics as a profession might have lured some notable names from Bollywood but SRK does not seem inclined to ever join their league.

At a recent event in Kerela the actor declared this unequivocally in his signature style.

Shah Rukh told Bombay Times: "I can't become a politician all of a sudden. It's a professional field and you have to educate yourself for that."

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So then does the megastar dislike politics? Not quite. The actor was also quoted as saying: "I don't look down upon politics. Asking me whether I've thought of entering politics is as good as asking me if I've given a thought to becoming an astronaut".


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