[tps_footer]It’s been more than a month when Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan was targeted over his remarks on intolerance. The actor was unnecessarily blamed, criticized and many protests were taken out against his film Dilwale. Recently, during Dilwale’s press conference in Kolkata, SRK finally spoke on the controversy.
Shah Rukh Khan in his comments said that how his words were “misconstrued” and that he did not say anything for which he should apologise. SRK also said that how aware he is about the messages that have been going on the social media on the activity all round the country where perhaps the film has been stopped or not allowed to be the way it should have been.
Whole heartedly, Shah Rukh Khan also expressed that how people have been giving him love, support from every part of the world and that the only way to return the love is through his work for which he tries to do the best.
“It saddens me when any of my work does not reaches to the people because I do it once or twice a year and with lovely friends like Kajol and so many people from the industry. It is saddening, and to be honest lot of the things I say are misconstrued, perhaps mispresented, and perhaps misinterpreted sometime,” SRK said at Kolkata press conference.
When asked about the impact on Dilwale’s Box Office collection due to the controversy and that if there was any pressure on him to apologize. To which he responded saying, “I have not said anything that I need to apologize. I have not said anything, like I explained in so many words, there was misrepresentation, or misunderstanding of what I said.”
The King Khan also expressed that what he is today, is because of the people in the country and so he does not need to have issue at all. He also said that the numbers don’t matter, but its hurtful and saddening to him that the movies that he makes once or twice a year cannot be released in the way he liked to.
Well, the actor was all quite throughout his film Dilwale’s promotions, but later what happened during the Diwale’s release on December 18 was unexpected. The unnecessary protest, political attacks were something that was dragged way beyond. We understand how its takes years and months to make a film and when it goes unexpected, it surely saddens.[/tps_footer]