Mumbai: Recently, Shah Rukh Khan spoke his mind on many social issues, from feminism to women rights to raising his children. In an interview with Femina India, the actor talked about his boys, Aryan and AbRam. Also, he didn’t shy away from calling himself a conservative man but he’s got a point to be one.
“I’m bringing up my sons to treat all as equals; as boys, they will have no extra privileges over girls. Sometimes I’m a bit conservative. I believe that a man in his house doesn’t have the right to go shirtless in front of his mother, sister or women friends. I tell Aryan to put on a T-shirt all the time.”
On questioning about his harsh disciplines at home, the man brilliantly replied, “How would Aryan feel if his sister Suhana came out without a T-shirt? If you’d feel uncomfortable seeing your mother, daughter, sister, women friends without their clothes on, why would you expect them to accept you shirtless? It’s got nothing to do with having breasts or not—don’t do something a girl can’t do.”
We appreciate your thoughts, Shah Rukh, which will definitely echo among your fans.