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Shah Rukh Khan’s advice to fans who don’t want to live in Canada anymore

Shah Rukh Khan advises a homesick fan in Canada to weigh decisions carefully, balancing patriotism with the pursuit of personal and professional growth.

Shah Rukh Khan’s Empathetic Advice to a Homesick Fan in Canada

Actor Urges Consideration Before Deciding to Return to India

In a recent Ask SRK session on X (formerly Twitter), Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan engaged with fans, providing insights into his upcoming film, Dunki. Among the various queries, one fan from Canada caught Shah Rukh’s attention, expressing a desire to return to India after eight years in Canada, triggered by the emotional impact of the song “Nikle The Kabhi Hum Ghar Se” from Dunki.

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Shah Rukh Khan’s Advice to the Fan

Addressing the fan’s heartfelt sentiment, Shah Rukh Khan offered sincere advice, urging careful consideration before making such a life-altering decision. He acknowledged the pull towards India but emphasized the importance of sometimes venturing abroad for personal and professional growth. “Arre yaar… I also feel India is the best, but take all decisions carefully. Sometimes we have to do work outside and make a life for ourselves,” Shah Rukh responded during the session.

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Fan Reactions and Perspectives

Shah Rukh’s counsel prompted discussions among X users, with many echoing the sentiment that patriotism is essential, but the pursuit of a better life is equally significant. Fans highlighted the pragmatic aspect of decisions, recognizing that circumstances sometimes necessitate choices aligned with the needs of the moment.

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Insights into “Dunki”

Shah Rukh Khan shed light on Dunki, describing it as an emotional film that resonates with the experiences of immigrants, particularly those living abroad or aspiring to do so. The movie delves into the dreams and challenges faced by individuals in their quest to build a life in a foreign land.

 The song “Nikle The Kabhi Hum Ghar Se” from Dunki captures the essence of leaving one’s hometown and embarking on a journey to settle in a foreign country. Shah Rukh revealed that this particular track is his favourite from the film. Dunki features stellar performances by Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal and is produced by Red Chillies Entertainment, Rajkumar Hirani Films, and Jio Studios. The film is set to hit Indian theatres on December 22, going head-to-head with Prashant Neel’s Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire, starring Prabhas, in a Christmas box office clash.

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