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Shah Rukh Khan : I am a Muslim and my wife is Hindu and I do not force anyone in my family to have a specific religion

SRK: I am a Muslim and my wife is Hindu and I do not force anyone in my family to have a specific religion

The Indian actor and producer Shah Rukh Khan stated that he does not force any one of his family to convert to a specific religion, during his appearance on one of the programs, where he said, "I am a Muslim, my wife is Hindu, and my children are Indians, in our country, we are talking about Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians, but the best part of our generation. The young man does not talk about religions, and believes that differences in religions do not cause any problems, nor disrupt our lives, "according to the report published on" DailyTimes ".

SRK: I am a Muslim and my wife is Hindu and I do not force anyone in my family to have a specific religion


Shah Rukh Khan added, "I asked my daughter about religion in her school, and I told her that we are Indians, and I am not only talking about myself, but I also believe that there is nothing that can remove this harmony from my life, especially with the presence of people who agree around me."


The Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan met a number of the victims of the acid attack in a symposium on how to help them in their social acceptance without discrimination, on the occasion of International Human Rights Day. The symposium coincided with the launch of the promotional advertisement for the upcoming Bollywood movie "Chapak", which deals with a true story about one of the victims of the attack. Acid.


 The film stars Indian actress Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan's close friend, with whom she shared 3 of her most successful Bollywood films, and Dipika participated in the same symposium with SRK, which was organized by Mir Foundation for Humanitarian Works concerned with improving the lives of the victims of the acid attack.


For his part, Shah Rukh Khan, dubbed the "King of Bollywood" - according to what was published by "Al Ain Al Emarat" - stressed the need to create more supportive communities for victims and accept them socially without fear of bullying or even looks of compassion, while Shah Rukh Khan, through his account on "Twitter", posted a video clip to raise awareness The suffering of this group, commenting on him: "If we keep trying, we will overcome the acid attack."


The 54-year-old artist made a promise to the Mir Foundation to participate in regular meetings with the victims of the acid attack to inspire them to strive for a better future, and the movie "Chapak" is expected to be released in cinemas next January, after its promotional advertisement met with great reaction from Bollywood stars and the crowd, alike.

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