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'My perception about love hasn’t changed'

Shah Rukh Khan says his perception about love has not
changed over the years. "A relationship is between two
people and it is a very personal experience. When you
are in love, you have to be yourself. My perception of love
has not changed over the years," said Shah Rukh.
"I feel we lose out on love when we start looking at bigger things. I
think in love,
simple things matter, like listening. I think girls know better how to
love than men,"
he said.
He claimed he is also in love with the whole idea of on-screen
romance. "I fall in
love with the story idea and the belief of love in it. I like the
whole idea of the love
story. I believe in every scene that I do. I think I can understand
and emote love,"
he said.
According to him, there is no other place he could think of being, other than
Bollywood. "I am happy to be here. I don't think there is any other
place other the
film industry where I would rather be. I would love to live and die
being an ac…

SRK to be a trademark!

The actor has sent an application to the Trade Mark Registry that his often-used initials not be used without his permission

Shah Rukh Khan is a brand by himself. And very soon his often-used initials - SRK may become a very valuable property. TOI found out that the actor has recently applied for a trademark on his name SRK at the Delhi office of the Trade Mark Registry. However, he has not received a final confirmation on it yet. According to the rules, once his trademark SRK is published in the Indian Trademark Journal, anybody who has an objection can file a notice within three months.

Interestingly, Sachin Tendulkar had applied for the same, to trademark his name SRT, earlier this year. In fact, we had told you how when Vidhu Vinod Chopra needed to use the cricketer's name in his film Ferrarri Ki Sawaari, he had to seek Sachin's permission.

In the West, getting a trademark on one's name isn't uncommon. In fact, Roger Federer, Michael Jordon and Jennifer Lopez are amon…

JTHJ: Yash Chopa to direct last-ever scene, plans are to make it big

Yash Chopra prepares to say goodbye to direction with Jab Tak Hai Jaan (JTHJ), his assistant directors (who have worked with him for years) are busy designing a spectacular souvenir for the king of romance. They want this to be their special gift to their mentor.The unit of the film will soon head to Switzerland to shoot the only remaining song - a romantic number with Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif - with Chopra behind the camera. Says a source from the film's set, "Adi (Aditya Chopra), who is an assistant director on the film, along with the other ADs, came up with the idea of making the last shot magnificent. To make it stand out, they've decided to use multiple cameras and shoot from various angles, giving it a multi-dimensional feel. Yashji is a living legend, and obviously, his last shot has to be a huge moment."Katrina, who is in Chicago, USA, isn't aware of the development yet, but she says whatever the plans are, she is lucky and privileged to be part o…

Shah Rukh Khan desires to play James Bond

On international James Bond Day, superstarShah Rukh Khan has expressed his desire to play a similar kind of role.

The 46-year-old has done action roles in movies like "Don" and "Ra.One" but feels he is not good with guns. The actor expressed his love for the "Bond" series on Twitter. 

"I am a big James Bond fan. Always wanted to play a character like him... but am told... I am not smooth with guns or women... bah," he wrote and also mentioned his favourite dialogue from "Thunderball" a 1965 Bond movie. 

"My favourite Bond lines 'JB: That gun, it looks more for a woman. You know much about guns, Mr. Bond? JB: No, but I know a little about women," he wrote. 
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/bollywood/news-interviews/Shah-Rukh-Khan-desires-to-play-James-Bond/articleshow/16696032.cms