Shah Rukh Khan has shared his worst experience of being a father

Updated: Dec 19, 2017, 19:16 IST | mid-day online correspondent

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who is known to be a doting father has shared his worst experience of being a father in his latest Twitter post

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Shah Rukh Khan is a doting father and don't we know it? He has often been seen sharing pictures of his kids, be it Suhana, Aryan or AbRam. AbRam happens to be the apple of SRK's eye as he is his youngest son. Recently the Badshaah of Bollywood was gushing over the performance of his tiny tot AbRam on his song 'Yeh Taara Woh Taara' from the film 'Swades'. 

SRK, has now shared a pic of Suhana playing with her baby brother AbRam and SRK has given as usual has given it a very witty caption. 

The youngsters of Bollywood are hogging all the limelight from their celebrity parents. AbRam, Suhana and Aryan have a huge social media fan following and the audiences are also eagerly awaiting for their film debuts, that is if they choose to take up acting as a profession. While Jahnvi Kapoor has already been launched in Bollywood by Karan Johar, it has to be left to wonder, if KJO would be mentoring Aryan and Suhana as well. Given the fact KJO and SRK have been friends for over two decades and have starred in several films together, it only makes sense if he opts to launch Shah Rukh Khan's children in Bollywood. SRK had even joked about his son AbRam doing a film with Kareena Kapoor Khan's son Taimur Ali Khan. 

On the workfront Shah Rukh Khan is busy with Aanand L Rai's 'Dwarf' film. He is also said to be the frontrunner for the role of 'Vedha' in the Hindi remake of 'Vikram Vedha'. 

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