Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan recently interacted with the students of Stanford University in Mumbai and shared his life experiences with them.
The students from the University visited Mumbai to interact with numerous public figures, who have made a name for themselves in their career, and SRK was one among the list.
"I am passionate about films, kids and cricket and hence, I make cinema, I have KidZania and I have Kolkata Knight Riders," the acting legend, who is also interested in sports and business added.
From his life experiences, the "Happy New Year" actor also shared the frailties that he has as a person.
"Frailties or failures need to be celebrated. One should never fear them, but should learn from them. You will only learn from them and not fear them when you have the feeling that you have nothing to lose. I always like to go back to that feeling," the actor said, according to IANS.
The actor also spoke about his upcoming Maneesh Sharma directorial "Fan", which is set to release in 2015.
Shah Rukh also posed with the students for photographs, which they can cherish for their life time.