Like we all know, Shah Rukh Khan is the co-owner of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders along with actress Juhi Chawla, her husband Jay Mehta, and Red Chillies Entertainment. Currently, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, IPL 2020 has been postponed until further notice to maintain social distancing. As Shah Rukh Khan is a co-owner of the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders, during an interview, the actor reveals how he was going to jump from the balcony after KKR won the IPL for the first time but mentioned that it was daughter Suhana Khan who caught him.
During an interview on Star Sports show Cricket Connected, recalling the moments when his team won the IPL, Shah Rukh Khan said, “Actually, the first match we won, I was going to jump from my balcony, but I think my kids, I think it was my daughter (Suhana) who caught me.” The actor mentioned that the first time KKR won a match, he was going to jump from the balcony, but it was his daughter Suhana Khan who caught him. The actor added, “I could have flown that night, but I settled at home.”
Moving on, SRK also went on to reveal how he has never given the epic Chak De! India lessons to his team Kolkata Knight Riders. The actor said, “I have been a sportsman all my life at a very small level, so I have never really given them some Chak De! India kind of lectures. I have never done that.” Shah Rukh referred to the role he played of a coach of an underdog Indian women’s hockey team that finally wins the World Cup under his guidance, and mentioned he has never given the 70-minute pep talk to his team.
Meanwhile, as Shah Rukh Khan opens up about what happens during the matches and his team’s victory, the actor has often been snapped supporting his team Kolkata Knight Riders to the fullest. Also Read: Shah Rukh Khan Hugs A “Special Knight Rider” After KKR Defeats Sunrisers Hyderabad
Image source: Instagram/ Shah Rukh Khan
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