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When Shah Rukh Khan said to Gauri Khan “Mujhe bhi apna bhai samjho”

What’s not to love about Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan? They seem to have one of the most “idyllic” relationships in the world of broken hearts. Both Shah Rukh and Gauri have opened up on numerous occasions about the love stories that have led to their nearly 30-year thriving marriage.

From his unexpected first date, to calling Gauri the “superwoman” of his life and building an entire empire with her, Shah Rukh Khan has been completely simple since the day he met his wife.

Shahrukh first met Gauri in 1984, when he was 18, at a party hosted by a mutual friend. After he spotted Gauri dancing with another man at a party, he approached Gauri to dance, but she declined, saying she was waiting for her boyfriend. We were at a party together and she never had a “boyfriend” like that. Yes, it all started at this party. When Shah Rukh said “Mujhe bhi apna bhai samjho”. This is what he revealed on his chat show with Farhan Akhtar and the rest is history.

Shah Rukh Khan once described Gauri Khan in an interview with Simi Garewal in a very nice way. “I’m an actor because I don’t like being a Shah Rukh, but she’s a Gauri because she likes being a Gauri.” I added that there is.

Speaking about his relationship, Shah Rukh Khan previously revealed that Gauri Khan was his first and last girlfriend, also shedding light on his opinion of the “ideal relationship.” In an interview with BonobologyHe said, “Gauri is my first and last girlfriend. I have never been with another woman in my life. I believe in having long term relationships. Relationships are only on and off. You can’t switch.”

“Gauri’s biggest takeaway is having a superwoman in my life. I do all the stunts in , because I know Gauri will take care of the rest,” the actor added.



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