To fathers, Daughters are always special and the prettiest girl in the world and even Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan considers it. Recently, the actor reached Kolkata to attend a Film Festival and talked about his love for lovely daughter Suhana Khan. In an interview by The Time of India, SRK was questioned over the controversies of his endorsements of fairness creams. On which the actor replied he doesn’t judge people based on their looks.
SRK was quoted as saying, “Well, if I still smell a little honest beneath all that’s public about me, then trust me, I’ve never tried to be dishonest with anyone. I mean, who am to do so? I was never the best looking guy, the tallest person, the most able-bodied person, the best dancer, the guy with the nicest hair, not from a fine lineage and I did not come from an acting school that taught me to be a Hindi film hero. So how can I belittle someone on any of these seven-eight aspects?”
Shah Rukh added that because his wife and his kids are also ‘normal people’, he would be abusing them too if he judged a person on these superficial qualities. He had said, “I’m a lower-middle-class guy with none of these trappings. The only thing that must have worked for me is honesty. But look at me now; because of my stardom, I’m good looking also; I’ve become a poster boy! What joke is that? I used to have posters of Cheryl Ladd and Clint Eastwood in my room. I never thought main Cheryl Ladd ban jaunga ya toh main Clint Eastwood ban jaunga. That aspect was never a part of my life”.
Talking about Suhana he retorted, “I’ll be honest; my daughter is sanwli (dusky), but she’s the most beautiful girl in the world. And nobody can tell me otherwise”.
This year his lil girl turned 18 years old and debuted with Vogue Magazines’ cover page. Suhana also wanted to be an actress in the future. She earlier talked about moving away from home at 16 and said, “Moving away at age 16 was the best decision of my life. Living in a different environment and meeting so many new people helped me gain a lot of confidence. It’s about being able to do the little things, like walk on the street or take the train—stuff that was so hard to do in Mumbai. But living away also made me appreciate home so much more.”