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I Wanted To Spend Time With My Kids Says Shahrukh Khan About Work Gap

I Wanted To Spend Time With My Kids Says Shahrukh Khan About Work Gap

Superstar Shahrukh Khan who is back on circuit with his new mega release Pathaan, says he took a break from work as he wanted to spend time with his kids, plus Covid pushed everything.

Shahrukh Khan along with Deepika Padukone and John Abraham hosted a success party of Pathaan in Mumbai.

Talking about the 4 year hiatus, Shahrukh Khan said, “The four, actually 2 years have some good parts and some bad parts like in all our lives because of Covid. This is exactly the same for me. I didn’t work, I wanted to be with the children. The good thing was for the first time I could see my children grow, Aryan, Suhana and AbRam. I could spend time with my family and friends. The second good thing was my last film didn’t work”

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Shahrukh Khan also added about learning cooking and putting up a restaurant. He said “I thought of an alternative business. And thought of opening a restaurant and for that started cooking. I started cooking to open a restaurant. And thought to name it Red Chillies food eatery. Then I learned to cook Italian cuisine and that went well.”

Helmed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Aditya Chopra of Yash Raj Films. The film also stars Salman Khan, Dimple Kapadia and Ashutosh Rana. It is the fourth instalment in the YRF Spy Universe.

The film is about Pathaan, an exiled RAW agent, who must work with ISI agent Rubina to take down Jim, a former RAW agent-turned-traitor, who is planning to spread a deadly lab-generated virus across India.

The film has grossed a total collection of Rs 542 crore in 5 days.

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