"He (Abram) is small...I Don't want to allow that innocence in my line of work. Others might do it good... I don't do it so I can't comment on others. One day if I feel to come out with it, I will. My baby, my life... I feel really awkward when people say why I don't bring him in public. I will do what I feel like. You can't put picture because I don't like it, I feel uncomfortable," the actor stated.
Accused of conducting a pre-natal sex determination test, Shah Rukh Khan expressed his disgust and anger over reports doing the rounds at the time. He said he was too 'educated to indulge in this non-sense', and added that it wasn't fair of the papers to pick on a new-born ill child.
Talking about the happiness AbRam has brought into the family, he said the 'kids shopping' will begin soon and that he will be taking cues from what he did 10 years ago."He is very sweet, beautiful and pretty looking. He brings lot of cheer and happiness."Khan also said that the young one, who is often visited by his close friends and family, will be kept away from the 'flashbulbs' and 'circus of life' as long as it is possible.
The "Happy New Year" actor who often uses social media to post about his kids Aryan (17) and Suhana Khan (14) said that AbRam often visits his Mumbai sets but has never been taken to an abroad shooting location.
Shah Rukh and Gauri's youngest child AbRam was born through surrogacy in May last year.
Shah Rukh is still unhappy recollecting the time when there were reports that a pre-natal sex determination test, which is actually banned in the country, had been conducted, following which the Mumbai civic body had sent a team to his home to ascertain the facts which was turned away.
The actor has repeatedly trashed the various speculations.
"I dint like the fact that when the media spoke about the surrogacy. I hate it. They said I had a sex determination test, which was utterly rubbish. My kid was suffering... He was ill and people were talking about sex determination just because he is the child of a famous movie star," he said.
"He will grow up one day and might read all this or may not read also... But it is very sad. Just because he is my child, it doesn't make him less or more than anyone else... A kid is a kid. He was unwell and there were cases going on. I feel awkward," he said.
However, Shah Rukh is very happy and feels blessed to have such a beautiful child.
"My office people make excuses to come home to see him. We have lot of good time. Now I have to do the kids shopping thing again...Whatever I did ten years ago," Khan said.
A few years ago, Abhishek and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan also kept Aaradhya Bachchan from the media eyes for similar reasons.