Thu, 08 Aug 2013 12:15:00 GMT | By PTI

Want son Abram to be untouched by world: Shah Rukh

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan talks about his new-born surrogate son Abram; says this Eid will be very special for him


Want son Abram untouched by world: Shah Rukh (© Varinder Chawla)

Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan feels that its unfair to subject new-born Abram to his life, which is constantly under media glare and wants his son to remain untouched by this job hazard.

Gauri and Shah Rukh Khan's baby boy, through surrogacy was reportedly born on May 27 at 34 weeks of pregnancy. After spending almost seven weeks in the hospital, he is back home now. The couple already has two children - Aryan and Suhana.

"I am very happy that I am blessed by such a beautiful child. AbRam is my best production. I would not like to talk a lot about him because a lot of people have already spoken a lot of things before he deserved to or before my family or I could say anything. I think it was unfair for people to know half-truth and talk about it but I don't hold it against anyone," Shah Rukh told PTI.

"It is depressing and sad that someone who has just entered this world is subjected to my life. I would like him to be untouched by the world as much as possible," he said.

While talking about his son, SRK seemed a bit emotional. The 47-year-old actor did not wish to talk about his health.

Also, there were media reports that a pre-natal sex determination test had been conducted, following which the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had sent a team to SRK's residence to ascertain the facts. The team, however, was turned away and SRK has rubbished all these speculations.

This Eid King Khan has two reasons to cheer - his new born son and 'Chennai Express', which releases on August 9.

"This Eid is really going to be very special because I have a new member in my family... Everything else is secondary. I am going to celebrate it with my family and close friends," Shah Rukh said.

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