Shahrukh Khan is upset because of the protest his recently released movie, Dilwale, is facing. But the actor says he will not apologise, as he has not said anything wrong.
During the recent promotions of Dilwale, in Delhi, Shahrukh Khan talked about the same and said, "I have not said anything that I should apologise (for). I will fall in my own eyes if I do that.''
Shahrukh Khan further added, ''I can't deny the fact that I've been reading messages on Whatsapp. I've been reading messages on social media, and even on ground that there has been activity all over the country, where the film has been stopped, and not allowed. Yes, box office collections (of Dilwale) have been hit, I don't know exactly the places. But they have been.'' WOW! This Is What Deepika Replied When Asked About Ranbir & Ranveer
"At some point of time, I do regret people could not understand what I said. It was not represented properly. If anybody feels bad about it, I regret it completely. I just want to wish that all the people who wish to see the film on their own, please go out and see it. Don't get misled by people who perhaps misconstrued what I am saying, so I regret that this has happened. I feel extremely sad," the 50-year-old actor said.