Shah Rukh Khan: I have been misconstrued

Shah Rukh Khan: I have been misconstrued

Shah Rukh Khan: I have been misconstrued

Arriving from USA, Shah Rukh Khan told reporters outside Mumbai airport, “I think what I said has been misconstrued. I am pro good relationship with countries. I am not pro some other country and not my own country. How is it possible?”
As SRK’s forthcoming film “My Name Is Khan” faces ban threat from Sena supporters, he added that “If there is any misunderstanding. Let’s be gracious and let’s talk it out.”

Against the backdrop of the controversy over “Mumbai belongs to all Indians”, SRK said, “I haven’t said anything wrong. I only said what every Indian should say. It is in the constitution. I don’t want to use big words. If I say anything it will be misconstrued and turned around. I am what I am because of Mumbai and I would like everyone in Mumbai to be happy. I think what is happening is very unfortunate. I think all the groups also want Mumbaikars to be happy, then why create this kind of atmosphere?”


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