"I wanted to wear my bermudas, but then chose to wear my suit. But I am still wearing bermudas beneath. Do you want me to take my pants off," he asked the audience. Bold SRK didn't even care about the big political guns who were a part of the audience like Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Ambika Soni and Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat.
But surprisingly Soni taking Shahrukh's side claimed that the Baadshah is truly a very easy person who doesn't flaunt his starry tantrums. "All I told him was that we need him to come to the festival to raise the profile of the IFFI (International Film Festival of India). And he said yes," Soni said.
The festival will screen more than 100 movies from 65 countries and will have special packages like 'Master Classes' by renowned film personalities like Milcho Manchevski, Hugh Welchman, Laurence Kardish and a first of its kind package of 3D and animation movies.