Shah Rukh Khan expressed his grief over the death of his parents, saying – one day I felt in the grave.


Shah Rukh Khan (Photo Credit – @Imsark / Instagram)

In an old interview, Shah Rukh Khan shared how painful the death of his parents was for him. He said how difficult it was for him and his sister to live in an empty house

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  • Latest version:November 30, 2020, 5:18 pm IST

Mumbai Bollywood’s King Shah Rukh Khan is in the headlines for one reason or another. Fans are waiting for King Khan to finally announce his next film. Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan has recently come under discussion for his personal life. His old interview is going viral on social media, where he is seen sharing the pain of his parents ’death. He shared all these issues with the well-known actress Rani Mukherjee. Shah Rukh Khan told in this interview how he and his sister took care of themselves after the death of their parents.

In fact, according to media reports, Rani Mukherjee’s film ‘Hitchhiker’ was released at this time. During this time he was seen interviewing many friends in the industry and asking about the biggest hiccups of his life. Meanwhile, when the queen Shah Rukh Khan Asked about this, he said- ‘The biggest hitch of my life is the death of my parents … I was 15 years old when my father died and 26 years old when my mother died. It was a sad time for us to write. The empty house used to run to bite us … The loneliness, pain and sorrow of both parents increased so much that it was ending my life ‘.

Shah Rukh told how he faced it. He said- ‘I have decided that because of the hiccups in his life, I will fill the void with acting. My parents died very suddenly, we found out that he had cancer and he died within two and a half months. I did not know what to do, but one day when I was in his tomb I thought I would fill this void with something. Luckily I got a break in the film. Acting is not a place for me to express my feelings. “

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