When asked about Shah Rukh Khan’s detention at a US airport, he said it’s a good as well as a bad thing. After reading reports that he justified SRK’s detention, Johnny boy sure found himself in a soup!
He states, “The US is doing whatever they can to make their country safe, so it is justified. It all depends on how personally you take the issue, and Shah Rukh handled it with a lot of grace.” Wonder why he did not make himself clear by what he meant was ‘good’ and ‘bad’ at the event itself?
He adds, “I have been in that detention space where the Federal Bureau of Investigation was called in because I had Afganistan mentioned in my passport, as I had shot there for two months for my film Kabul Express.
And of course, Shah Rukh would agree that racial profiling could be a pretty much correct term for it (interrogation) because it’s mostly coloured people who are detained.” Over to King Khan now...
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Photos: Deepika Padukone, Sushmita Sen with daughters at Mumbai airport