Shah Rukh Khan opens up on religion on sets of Dance Plus 5: 'My wife is Hindu, I am Muslim, my children are Hindustan'
Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan recently made an appearance on the set of Remo D’Souza’s dance reality show Dance Plus 5. The actor was a part of reality show's Republic Day special episode that celebrated ‘Incredible India’. On Saturday’s episode, Shah Rukh, while speaking on national integration, impressed everyone with his take on the aspects of religion.
He shares that his children don't belong a particular region, despite his wife Gauri being a Hindu and him being a Muslim.
“We never spoke about being Hindu-Muslim. My wife is Hindu, I am Muslim, my children are Hindustan,” said Shah Rukh Khan on the show.
The star went on to describe an incident where his daughter Suhana had to fill in her religion in a form at school and she asked him which religion they belonged to, and Shah Rukh’s answer to her was “we are all Indians, we do not have a religion”.
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My wife is Hindu, I am a Muslim and my kids are Hindustan. My daughter was asked the religion in school form, I told her we are Indians 🇮🇳 ❤️ - The pride of India Shah Rukh Khan. #RepublicDayIndia #RepublicDay2020 pic.twitter.com/Qk95xxLT3j
— Neel Joshi (@neeljoshiii) January 25, 2020
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