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Sangati Jogwar

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  • Shah Rukh Khan had quoted earlier that his son Aryan Khan can do drugs and chase girls.
  • This quote of SRK from an interview has resurfaced after Aryan was detained by NCB on Saturday.

Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was detained by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in connection with the rave party that the officials busted on a cruise ship near Mumbai on Sunday. Aryan has just been detained and not arrested and no charges have been filed against him as of yet. But amid all this controversy, an old interview of Shah Rukh Khan with veteran actress Simi Garewal in which he had said some shocking things related to his son has surfaced again.

It was a time when Shah Rukh had become a dad for the first time and appeared on a television talk show with his wife Gauri. When the host asked the Bollywood superstar how he would like to raise his son, SRK said that he wants Aryan to do everything that he could not do during his teenage such as chasing girls, dating them, having sex, and doing drugs.

SRK had said that he wants Aryan to be a spoilt brat and will turn him out of the house if his son becomes a good boy. Shah Rukh had added that he expects his co-workers having daughters to complain about Aryan and that it would be better if he starts doing it as early as possible. While this was all tongue-in-cheek humor, Twitter users are shipping this quote now that Aryan has been detained by NCB.

Aryan Khan is rumored to be gearing up to make a Bollywood debut as a filmmaker and a couple of years ago also dubbed for the character of Simba for the Hindi version of Hollywood flick The Lion King. The Zero actor had incidentally dubbed for the character of Mufasa who is the father of Simba in The Lion King. SRK had happily promoted their joint venture for the project during the ICC World Cup 2019 by wearing the Team India Jerseys. While Aryan’s jersey had Simba written on it, SRK’s jersey read Mufasa.

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