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Shah Rukh Khan honours women achievers for Tag Heuer

New Delhi, Feb 8 (): Appearing splendid in a black suit and grey waistcoat, Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan who arrived at New Delhi to honour women achievers for Tag Heuer said that he is glad that people are now raising their voices against the ill happenings.

While discussing on a band of talented girls from Kashmir who were forced to go silent, Shah Rukh said that issues might spring back all over and there are some people who always create problems with others, but he prefers not to comment on matters related to religion or politics.

Shah Rukh said that he would rather like to be a pessimist and does not want to comment on anything where his opinion leads to controversies. He said that all he is well aware is about films and his projects. When asked why he is not thinking the need to redefine freedom of expression, SRK replied, it is good to express what people want to express about.

It was  quiet evident SRK was trying to ignore queries, therefore the only way to zap his mood was to ask him about the women he would have wanted to romance with, said the women achievers.

Stuttering a little due to the heavy cold in the capital which is also his original style, the actor said, his dad loved Madhubala, Waheedaji, Saira Banu, but all that he would have loved to have interacted with is PT Usha, adding that he had already romanced rest of all other actresses.

When asked whether he is planning to go off to Harvard, SRK replied he had no such idea. So hereafter never believe in everything that’s written about Shah Rukh, stuttered the actor once again.

King Khan, who was born and brought up in Delhi, is a man who loves talking and that is what made him the Baadshah of hearts. His devotion for acting dragged him towards Mumbai. The 47-year-old, who did his graduation from Hansraj College, was here in the national capital to launch Link Lady, a new collection of ladies’ watches by Tag Heuer on Thursday.

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