Shah Rukh Khan, who faced an immense criticism post the birth of his and Gauri's surrogate child AbRam, reportedly said he doesn't entertain media interference when it comes to his kids.
"He (Abram) is small... Don't want to allow that innocence in my line of work. Others do it good... I don't doit so I can't comment on others. One day if I feel to come out I will. My baby, my life... I feel awkward when people say why I don't bring him in public. I will do what I feel like. You can't put picture because I don't like it, I feel uncomfortable," the actor pointed out.
Accused of pre-natal sex determination test, Khan expressed his disgust over reports doing the rounds at the time. He said he was too 'educated to indulge in this non-sense', and added that it wasn't fair of the papers to pick on a new-born ill child.
Talking about the happiness AbRam has brought into the family, he said the 'kids shopping' will begin soon and that he will be taking cues from what he did 10 years ago.
"He is very sweet, beautiful and pretty looking. He is a pleasant child. He brings lot of cheer and happiness."
Khan also said that the young one, who is often visited by close friends and family, will be kept away from 'flashbulbs' and 'circus of life' as long as possible.
The "Happy New Year" actor who often uses social media to post about his kids Aryan (17) and Suhana Khan (14) said that AbRam often visits his Mumbai sets but has never been taken to an abroad shooting location.
A few years ago, Abhishek and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan also kept Aaradhya Bachchan from the prying eyes of paparazzi citing similar reasons.
Is Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan following footsteps of the Bachchans'? Probably not, because protectiveness comes naturally to parents and it's not just another publicity stunt.