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SRK Opposed PAK Comments, Says Feel safe

A visibly excited Shah Rukh Khan finally responded to the disputation created by his article in a prima magazine on 'being a Khan' on Tuesday in Mumbai. Shah Rukh Khan said, "It's humorous that the article was written in the opposition to the political agenda and that's just what has go on."

Before in the day, some Indian and Pakistani authorities had sparred over the actor's safety cover, in response to the star's writing. Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik had told that "He (Shah Rukh) is born Indian and he would same to remain Indian, but I will asking the government of India (to) please supply him security. and I would like to request all Indian brother and sisters who are all speaking against Shah Rukh they ought to recognize he is a movie star, he is loved as a star by the citizenry of Pak and he is loved by the citizenry of India. then why to make over some kind of hate, lets bring love."

Later Home Secretary RK Singh said, "We are able of looking for after our own national, let him worry about safety of his country's citizen." Shah Rukh also reacted to this dealings on the matter of his security. "I don't want unasked proposal. I feel totally safe in my country," said Shah Rukh.

Meanwhile, the Mumbai Police critiqued and regenerated the actor's security that was withdrawn earlier this month pursuing a method of accounting. Shah Rukh Khan will now be supplied with a non-categorized security and a contingent of Mumbai Police will go with the actor round the timepiece.

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