"I think everyday should be anti-tobacco day so that at least my brother and even for that reason Shahrukh would stop smoking," Farah told at a press conference yesterday on the eve of 'World Anti-tobacco Day' being observed today.
When asked if she wants Shahrukh to stub it out, the 'Om Shanti Om' director said, "I think whoever you love, you would want them to quit smoking".
In a press conference held yesterday, Shahrukh chose to evade questions regarding his willingness to quit smoking. The actor recently pleaded guilty in a case filed against him at Rajasthan court related to smoking in public at a stadium during IPL match, and expressed willingness to pay fine.
Farah and Shahrukh recently decided to sink their differences that culminated in the actor allegedly slapping her husband Shirish Kunder in a drunken brawl at a private party after the former termed the actor's magnum opus 'RA.One' as a "fizzled out firework".
The relations between the duo came under severe strain after Farah had started her third film 'Tees Maar Khan' with Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan.