I love being in front of the camera: SRK

Mumbai, Dec 10 (IANS) Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, whose journey in showbiz has spanned over two decades, says he enjoys nothing as much as he loves the “space of being in front of the camera”.

“I have everything but I can’t use everything that I have. But that’s fine. For example, there is a book “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” and I am the monk who has a Ferrari but doesn’t drive it too much…”

“I just keep working and I love the space of being in front of the camera and nothing else I like more, but of course, I love my children and my family,” SRK said.

The actor, who has has appeared in over 80 Bollywood films, and has also reached out to his audiences via the small screen, said that acting is “important” for him.

“It’s a survival system.. Acting is important for me and there is no reason for that. I always try to do different things as an actor,” he said.

Shah Rukh, who will now be seen with Kajol in his next venture “Dilwale”, says he is very shy in real life and his mother used to call him anti-social.

“I am very shy and reclusive personally. I don’t talk too much at home as well. I met Kajol after five years for this film… My mother used to call me anti-social,” the 50-year-old said.

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