Updated: September 25, 2014 4:22:13 pm
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is currently busy with his SLAM! The Tour in USA, has always said he was not comfortable posting pictures of the youngest addition to his family – his son AbRam. But in a tweet reply to a fan, King Khan said that he would be soon sharing a picture of the li’l one.
The doting father, who keeps sharing his elder children Aryan and Suhana’s pictures, has kept AbRam under wraps every since he was born on May 21, 2013.
In a ‘question-answer’ round with his fans on Twitter, Shah Rukh Khan answered to one of the fans questions’ on AbRam’s pictures, “Soon. It’s time I posted his pretty picture. I will soon,” answered SRK.
SRK is busy with his world tour but says he is never too busy for his children and makes sure to talk to them them everyday.
“Yes I speak to my kids everyday. And FaceTime with AbRam whenever he is awake,” said SRK.
Just after that Shah Rukh Khan posted a photographer of her daughter Suhana celebrating her victory with her friends. Suhana and her team won the Girls’ Under-16 Mumbai School Sports Association football finals.
This is the happiest moment for a father…. pic.twitter.com/4pgbgcekKo
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) September 23, 2014
Shah Rukh and Gauri’s youngest child AbRam was born through surrogacy in May last year. SRK said in an interview earlier that he does not want his son AbRam to be in the ‘circus of public life’ that he is a part of.
“I am not overtly happy talking about him. He is my baby and nobody else’s. You can come home and see him if I allow you to come in my house,” Shah Rukh said.
Shah Rukh Khan is currently busy with SLAM! The Tour. He is also gearing up for the release of his forthcoming movie ‘Happy New Year’ with Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood, Boman Irani and Vivaan Shah.
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