Snippets: Son seems stronger than me: SRK

Snippets: Son seems stronger than me: SRK

Shah Rukh Khan is a devoted daddy, but in the midst of his work commitments, it seems he has missed some part of his son's growing years. No wonder when he held his 14-year-old's hand recently, he felt the boy has become stronger than him.

"In Dubai... had a great book shopping spree with my son. How he has grown... holding his hand now seems I am holding someone stronger than me," tweeted Shah Rukh.
The actor has taken a break after busy promotions for his latest release "Don 2: The King Is Back". A voracious reader, Shah Rukh has been missing out on the joy of reading books, but he is finally getting to do that.

"Can't wait to get my teeth into the books I bought. Beach... books... babies. I like the end of a year," he added.

 It's time for a break, says Farhan Akhtar
After a heavy year with "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" and "Don 2: The King Is Back", Farhan Akhtar is more than glad to take a sabbatical from work.

"Good morning. Finally taking a break from work. Time for family, friends, pets, reading a book, watch films, do nothing if the heart desires," Farhan posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.

He not only won praise for his acting in "Zindagi Na...", but his slick directorial skills in "Don 2" also brought him a lot of appreciation recently. In 2012, Farhan will be seen in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag".
Big B takes piano lessons!
An actor learns a lot of new things everyday -- and age is no bar for 69-year-old megastar Amitabh Bachchan who is taking piano lessons and is loving it.
"There is so much to gather and imbibe in this world... need time and concentration... But by far the most enlightening hour spent was with Aadesh Shrivastav, friend, music director, creator of many important works! He gave me some basics on the piano to practice... ahhh!! The best feeling in the world... a connect to the Almighty," Amitabh posted on Twitter Thursday night.

The actor has been trying to zero in on scripts for new projects these days.
"The scripts for prospective films now pile up to my right... and each day I pledge to read some of them at least... never does happen," he added.

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