Shah Rukh Khan and AbRam Khan
Shah Rukh Khan and AbRam KhanTwitter/iamsrk

Shah Rukh Khan's youngest son AbRam, who did a cameo in his recently released film "Happy New Year" ("HNY"), is garnering him a lot of compliments.

Shah Rukh mentioned that although several people have admired AbRam's brief appearance in the end credits, it was his co-star Deepika Padukone who gave the best compliment. Padukone found the kid so adorable that she has expressed her wish to feature with AbRam in her next film.

"AbRam is looking adorable in the film. The best compliment I got was from Deepika. She said she wants to do her next film with him (AbRam) as she finds him adorable," King Khan told PTI.

The actor who is close to his kids, spoke about how he spends time playing with them. "Aryan and I used to play FIFA video games and otherwise I play football and cricket with him. With AbRam, I only do the head bang. He keeps searching in the iPad where he can utter words like A B and few animals sounds... so he does play," he said.

SRK's "Happy New Year" has received overwhelming responses from the viewers and is minting huge money at the box office within just a few days of its release (24 October). The actor, however, mentioned that the figure will keep rising with every big release as films these days get released on holidays and in weekends.

"I have always maintained that numbers keep changing as big films keep coming on holidays and in weekends," Shah Rukh said, "When I was being asked this during 'Chennai Express', I said maybe next one is going to get bigger and better because the screens and platforms are increasing."

"The days of silver jubilee are gone. 'Happy New Year' has released in 6,000 theatres so all the people reach to films in first week," he added.

Directed by Farah Khan and produced by Shah Rukh's Red Chillies Entertainment Pvt Ltd, "HNY" is a heist drama. Apart from SRK and Padukone, the film also features Abhishek Bachchan, Boman Irani, Sonu Sood and Vivaan Shah in the lead roles.

King Khan will next be seen in Maneesh Sharma's "Fan", the shooting of which is currently going on. Produced by Yash Raj Films, "Fan" is supposedly based on the story of a fan, who is on a mission to meet the one he has idolised for long.