Silence is the only source of my voice: Shah Rukh Khan

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan seems to be inspired by Bollywood’s noted dialogue 'Khamosh'.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 6, 2014 5:14 pm
Shah Rukh: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan seems to be inspired by Bollywood’s noted dialogue 'Khamosh'. Shah Rukh tweeted: More & more I realise with my interactions with people….sometimes silence is the only source of my voice

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan seems to be inspired by Bollywood’s noted dialogue ‘Khamosh’. The actor feels that sometimes silence can speak a thousand words.

“More & more I realise with my interactions with people….sometimes silence is the only source of my voice,” Shah Rukh tweeted.

Meanwhile, there is a gala mood across the nation with the Shah Rukh starrer romantic film “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge” completing 1,000 weeks Dec 12.

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    Farhat Hafeez
    Dec 7, 2014 at 6:10 pm
    Blessed are they who have nothing to say
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    1. Rnoela Lorraine
      Dec 7, 2014 at 2:27 am
      Shah Rukh Khan's tweet may not have anything to do with this but, it prompted me to stop and think about what sort of discussions are generated by people who (when the individuals aren't aware of it) observe them & even photograph them. It can be a little unsettling, I imagine, for celebrities -- especially ones such SRK who tend to be an open book-- because the thoughts of those persons who observed them when they were not aware of it may easily turn up on some source of social media or public news source whether true or false or a misunderstanding, it doesn't seem to matter. That sort of thing can drive a person to seek a safe haven (a place of seclusion away from public view). After all, rumors can start, widely circulate, and grow in content and intent before the individual/celebrity even becomes aware. With that idea in mind, it's no wonder that Aamir Khan appears to choose being less conuous and less vocal than some celebrities. At least that may save him somewhat from having to deal with so many more unexpected surprises, particularly undesirable types. But we don't want to make our celebrities shy away from public view and choose to go underground to avoid being seen attending their private daily affairs, do we? So, why are we tolerating, even promoting, a mentality that encourages average people, media, & other factions to ume that celebrities are fare game to exploit no matter what aspect of life they are engaged in at the moment? Whatever birdbrained individual or faction got that type thinking started, ought to bury his/her/its head under the ground out of shame because it is a from of "injustice" based on the grounds of "freedom" that is being promoted and conducted as a result of the foolishness they started. Oh well, that's just my opinion. I like to get to know as much as I can about the people and things that I choose to learn about but I don't allow myself to feel enled to know the goings on of their private affairs. If I am writing a report on them I follow protocol & contact the appropriate sources, etc. for information. Well, so much for abiding by protocols, etiquette, laws, etc. We are left to our own devices to figure out how to protect ourselves from intrusiveness into our private affairs and from the boomerang effect that occurs if any of those affairs of life come back to kick us in the a - -! Be kind to all and Keep a clean sheet of your life folks because, if you don't, somebody will try to shove your face into the dirt they find or they may even try to conjure some up. But, remember the saying that is fairly universal during this time of the year: "Peace and Good Will" to people of all sorts in every land throughout the earth. Lorraine from USA
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