Just yesterday we spotted Shahrukh Khan at the Mumbai airport along with his children Aryan & Suhana and the trio were travelling to the United States and SRK looked happy and content. His happiness did not last long as the US immigration detained him again at the Los Angeles international airport, and this has really annoyed the Baadshah of Bollywood.
However the actor co-operated with the authorities and later tweeted his displeasure as, "I fully understand & respect security with the way the world is, but to be detained at US immigration every damn time really really sucks."
This is not the first time SHahrukh Khan is detained by the US
immigration authorities. The actor was held for questioning in 2010
and in 2015 as well.
No Star In The US
No matter how big a superstar you are, the US security agencies
don't really care and whisk away anyone for questioning, on whoever
they feel suspicious for whatever reasons concerned.
SRK tweeted his displeasure as,"I fully understand &
respect security with the way the world is, but to be detained at
US immigration every damn time really really sucks."
The last time when the US immigration detained Shahrukh Khan for
questioning, the diplomatic ties between the two countries were
strained for some time.
A Better World
We hope this incident will not hamper the diplomatic ties
between India and the United States once again as we habe a lot of
issues to solve together.
A Good Time
Now that Shahrukh Khan is in the United States with his children
Aryan and Suhana, we hope they have a lovely time there and enjoy
each and every moment together.
This is not the first time that Shahrukh Khan has been detained at US airports. Last year the actor was detained at the New York international airport and diplomatic ties between India and US were strained for some time after the incident.
Even during the release of My Name In Khan in 2010, SRK was detained at one of the US airports and questioned by the authorities because of his name. However, a lot of people voiced their opinion saying that the actor is doing stunts just to promote his film, as it has more or less the same concept.