Speaking to journalists at the 'Express Adda', part of a series of conversations with newsmakers, Shahrukh Khan said, “My choice of investment would be in public utilities for women all around the country, in small towns and villages. That is what I want to do. I want to dedicate my life to the cause. I want dignity and respect to be brought to women."
Stressing on the desire to work on the project single handedly, SRK said, “I am going to earn enough money so that I don't have to ask an industrialist or a political party or anyone. I will do it on my own."
In the conversation hosted by the Indian Express last night, Shahrukh Khan said he wants to build public utilities for women as a social service. The actor said, “I think I am trying to follow it, When I was young and I used to drive on the highways, I had this issue. This is a very small issue really, so I don't think I need to be a prime minister for that. I will be able to sort it out in the next five-six years. But I want to do it with my money. I want to do it through my films. I want to sell my soul if need be. I will get the money," SRK added.
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan, whose most expensive Ra.One is all set for release next month said he wants to build public utilities for women, through his own hard earned money.