The Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi actor appealed to the youth of the country to take active part in politics so that they can have a better tomorrow. Shahrukh is currently working on My Name Is Khan which narrates the tale of a common Muslim man who faces ordeals where ever he goes. He added that the film will tell the world that a man who is a Muslim need not be a terrorist.
Earlier Shahrukh Khan stormed into the hearts of Malaysians when he received the Dakutship in the Malasian capital of Kuala Lampur. King Khan who had sustained injury in his shoulder a day earlier while shooting in Mumbai said he enjoyed himself. Dressed in a traditional attire of samping and songkok he received the award.
Dakutship is the one of the highest honours in Malaysia and is considered equivalent to British knighthood. Shahrukh had to be injected with three jabs before he went on stage to receive the award. He has had a huge fan following in Malaysia ever since he shot a movie in 2001 which boosted the tourism in the country by leaps and bounds.
Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan has finally broken his silence on the Mumbai terror attacks. Lashing out at the attackers and the religious fundamentalists he said that they have no religion and Islam does not preach terror. Shahrukh also stressed on the fact that youngsters should be taught the correct interpretation of religion.