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Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has tweeted about receiving an injury, apparently on the sets of his upcoming film FAN.

Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan have often launched new actors in their films. And now other established actors are taking this trend forward too.

Shah Rukh Khan has always been choosy about his films. That's why since 2008, the actor has stuck to doing only one project a year. (the only exception being 2011, when RA.One and Don 2 released). But the latest we've heard is that SRK will be juggling multiple projects next year, starting with...

Having done all out negative roles at the start of his career in films like Darr, Anjaam and Baazigar and making it big, superstar Shah Rukh Khan is keen to revisit negative roles again.

In his two-decade-long career, Shah Rukh Khan has had most of his hits with directors such as Karan Johar, Aditya Chopra and the late Yash Chopra.

Shah Rukh Khan says he and wife Gauri decided to have AbRam through surrogacy as their two older children are now teengers and they started missing the presence of kids in the house.

As Shah Rukh Khan gives some valuable tips on romance, he says he has never disrespected a woman in words, action or spirit. The star says his masculinity lies in the fact that he is in touch with his feminine side.

Shah Rukh, who was in the capital to be a part of Agenda Aajtak conclave, did not refuse the request of former Pakistan foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar to visit Pakistan and said he would love to go back to the place again.

In the survey 26.3 percent voted for Shah Rukh, followed by Ranbir Kapoor (21.2 percent) and Hrithik Roshan (11.03 percent). Others on the list included Virat Kohli, Arjun Rampal, John Abraham, Ranveer Singh and Ayushmann Khurrana.

When a Delhi audience listened last week to Shah Rukh Khan describing how he had risen above poverty and hardship, few realised he was borrowing his lines from someone just as famous: Harry Potter author JK Rowling.