Shah Rukh Khan recalls his initial days in Mumbai

Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan turned 47 recently and the celebrations by his fans are still going on. The mega star has traveled a long way from being nothing to a superstar – the ruler of Bollywood cinema. He is the most successful man of Hindi filmdom. He says that today he has everything including big success, loving family and few good friends whom he spends good time.

Khan, who is super successful, says that he does not want to die like his father as unknown rather he wants to die as a successful man.

Shah Rukh Khan, who has struggled a lot to get the big status in the film industry, gets nostalgic about the past days. He tells that when he was a kid, most of the time his family was short of money. Narrating an incident, he reveals that once his father took him along to show a cinema in Delhi. But he had no enough money thus he made him sit near Kamti Auditorium and asked him to watch the passing vehicles saying they looked beautiful.

He says today if he takes his son to watch a movie, he is able to show him the film.

Narrating an incident of his initial days in Mumbai, Shah Rukh utters that during the filming of the movie Kabhi Haan Kabhi Na, he threatened a journalist at his home as he linked him to an actress in the article. Next day, police arrested him and took him to the police station where he was allowed to make only one call. Thus instead of calling his wife or friends, he again called the same journalist and threatened his again. Khan terms this act ‘foolishness’.

Shah Rukh Khan is near to complete his autobiography and is giving the final touches to it.