Shahrukh Khan says that his personality reflects the kinds of films he does. The actor believes that a self aware actor will never do a film that is not an extension of his personality. He says that the roles he plays in his films can never go beyond his upbringing.
"I can't say some things in the films. I feel that it will not look good when I will watch them with my kids, even alone. There is a natural censorship inside my system," the 47-year-old said.
"So, somewhere I feel that my upbringing is very simple. My parents have taught me good things, personally I shy away from talking something wrong," added SRK.
Shahrukh, who has acted in more than 75 films, including romantic, action thrillers and dramas shared his views while he was in a conversation with lyricist Prasoon Joshi at an event, where the Badshah of Bollywood was honoured with Rajasthan Patrika Concerned Communicator Award.
"No matter how good I am as an actor, I don't think it can ever go beyond my upbringing," Shahrukh revealed.
"But having said that, I don't know if that censorship is so personal that it may happen, especially my sense of humour, that people get me wrong, it hurts some sentiments, it disturbs lot of people," added the actor is who is currently busy promoting his forthcoming film Chennai Express.