Fan Asked Shah Rukh Khan ‘Why R Is Capital In AbRam?’, His Reply Wins Over Internet!

Bollywood stars Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri Khan welcomed their son AbRam through surrogacy in 2013. At the time, he revealed the meaning of his son’s unique name as well as why it resonated with the family.

The King of Bollywood raised a lot of eyebrows when he announced that he and his wife were expecting their third child through surrogacy. They became parents of a third child in 2013. Their younger son AbRam was born through a surrogate mother.

There were many controversies surrounding their third child. Rumors surfaced that AbRam is Shah Rukh’s eldest son Aryan Khan’s love child. SRK had to address the issue. He clarified things in a TED Talk in Vancouver that it was his and his lovely wife’s decision to have a third child. He rubbished the rumors that their eldest son is only 15 years old.

He said, “Four years ago, my lovely wife Gauri (Khan) and me decided to have a third child. It was claimed on the net that he was the love child of our first child, who was 15 years old.”

He further stated, “Apparently, he had sown his wild oats with a girl while driving her car in Romania. And yeah, there was a fake video to go with it. And we were so disturbed as a family. My son, who is 19 now, even now when you say ‘hello’ to him, he just turns around and says, ‘But bro, I didn’t even have a European driving license.”

Apart from this, fans were confused about one more thing. A fan wanted to know why the ‘R’ was capitalized in AbRam’s spelling. A fan asked Shah Rukh Khan the reason behind this. SRK’s funny reply won the hearts of everyone on the internet.

Shah Rukh gave a funny reply. He not only revealed the meaning of his son’s unique name but also why it resonated with the family. He said, “For the same reason that Rhythm is spelt like this.”

For the same reason that Rhythm is spelt like this

— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) June 13, 2017

He lastly said, “His name is based on a variation of Prophet Ibrahim. And I liked the connotation that it’s kind of a secular name. We are a Hindu-Muslim family so to say, and I want my children to grow up without any difference of opinion in the name. It’s nice this way and has more universal appeal.. It sounds very nice with the name of Hindu god Ram in it.”



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