A doting father and Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan wants his children to be whatever they wish to be in life without making any compromises to their health and happiness. He calls them "good kids" and is happy that they are "better human beings" than him.
Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh and his wife Gauri have three children - Aryan (17), Suhana (14) and AbRam (soon to turn one) born via surrogacy.
"I would like them to be healthy and happy. Do whatever they wish. They should do whatever make them happy and be healthy. I never ask my children to become an actor, engineer. They can be whatever they wish to be," the 48-year-old actor told reporters here during Fathers' Day celebration at Kidzania Sunday.
The actor is happy that his children are growing up into better human beings.
"None of my children have my habits. I thank god for that. They are good kids. The only commonality between Suhana, AbRam and me is that we get dimples," said SRK here.
"They are much better human beings than I am," he added.
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