Shah Rukh Khan shares new picture with ‘mini me’ AbRam. See here
Actor Shah Rukh Khan has shared a new picture with his ‘mini me’ son, AbRam Khan. See it here.Updated: Apr 27, 2019 13:56 IST
Actor Shah Rukh Khan has shared a new picture collage of himself and his youngest son, AbRam. Calling the five-year-old his ‘mini me’, Shah Rukh wrote that he is able to better understand himself better, thanks to AbRam.
He wrote on Twitter, “You never really understand your personality, unless you have a Mini Me who acts the same way.” The collage shows Shah Rukh and AbRam striking similar poses, and has been ‘liked’ thousands of times in just over an hour. Fans left positive comments on the tweet. One wrote, “Love u Boss.” Another fan predicted that AbRam is the ‘next badshaah’, making a reference to SRK’s nickname among fans.
‘You never really understand your personality, unless you have a Mini Me who acts the same way’ pic.twitter.com/skdjZevR3I— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) April 27, 2019
AbRam is often the subject of both Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan’s social media accounts. In March, Gauri shared a picture of the two of them together, posing in the French resort town of Courchevel, wearing Native American headgear. In January, Shah Rukh shared a glimpse into his lazy Sunday with AbRam, and shared a picture of the two of them lounging around on a couch. He wrote, “Weekend Research: “A survey has found One in Three men are just as lazy as the other Two.”
In an earlier interview, Shah Rukh had said that AbRam brings out the child in him. He said, “I think he loves being around me. On my birthdays, he would just come out to the balcony every hour. The fans keep screaming my name and he comes running to me and says, ‘Papa, peoples have come. Let’s go meet them’. He calls them ‘peoples’ and then, he drags me out because he enjoys waving out to them. He’s a smart, intelligent kid and extremely fun to be with. And with him, I become a kid myself.”
Shah Rukh was last seen in director Aanand L Rai’s big budget failure, Zero. The film was produced on an estimated budget of Rs 200 crore, but could not cross the Rs 100 crore mark domestically. Shah Rukh spoke about the lukewarm reception of the film at a recent screening in China. “Unfortunately Zero itself wasn’t received too well back home in India, maybe I made the wrong film, maybe I did not do the right storytelling so I am a little wary how it will be received here and I hope people here will like it,” he said. The actor hasn’t announced any new projects yet.
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