Witty and Genuine: Twitter Praises SRK at David Letterman’s Show
My Next Guest Needs No Introduction has dropped on Netflix on 25 October.
David Letterman’s chat show with Shah Rukh Khan, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, has dropped on Netflix on 25 October and it’s a lot of fun. It’s one hour of SRK at his best. Shah Rukh Khan opens his heart out. He talks about being a dad, learning to cook for his children, handling criticism, cheating in a test and even reminisces about his school gang.
Twitter lauded the actor for his wit. While some praised his charm some were floored to find out that he is learning to cook for his children.
Check out some of the tweets:
Shah Rukh Khan shared some interesting anecdotes from his life in the show. He narrated how he cheated in his test as a kid so his mom would take him to watch a movie to the theatre for the first time. David had a cheeky question to ask, “This startling revelation. Wonder what does that to the 3.5 billion. May be its starting to drop.” SRK had took a dig at Americans. “As the Americans do I’ll apologise publicly and you can forgive me,” he said.
He also added that he is learning to cook for his children. “Whenever my kids are at home they like to have their friends over. They stay up late and need food at around two or three in the morning, and I am always ready since I go to sleep at 5am,” SRK laughed.
Over dinner with Shah Rukh and Gauri, David Letterman asked about the crowd that assembles on Diwali every Eid. “He connects with people and they love him. So when he waves to them, probably they can see a deep connect with him,” Gauri replied. To which SRK added, “I wouldn’t have had this life if I didn’t have people loving me like this day in and day out.”
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