Shah Rukh Khan has a candid virtual conversation with acid attack survivors; offers help to expecting mothers in selecting baby names


Shah Rukh Khan recently made the day of a few acid attack survivors as he had a virtual chat with them. He spoke to the women and also asked for updated about their health. SRK regaled everyone with his sense of humour and spoke about his mother and revealed his fond childhood memories. The virtual chat was hosted by the actor’s Meer Foundation that helps and rehabilitates women.

During the candid chat, SRK asked the new and expecting mothers about their families and babies. The ladies asked him to select baby names for her child. To this Shah Rukh said, “Yes, yes I keep very good names. So please send me the names. I will get some work to do as I have nothing to do now.”

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Shah Rukh shared the video on his Twitter and wrote, “Can't wait to meet these lovely women in person soon. Much love to my team at @MeerFoundation for bringing a small part of the family together to catch up & chat. Until we meet again.... In the meantime, stay safe & love you all!”

SRK’s Meer Foundation is named after his father and works towards providing help and support to women and acid attack survivors.

(Source: Twitter)