Gauri Khan’s big disclosure
The episode will also feature Gauri Khan along with her close friend Maheep Kapoor who is Sanjay Kapoor’s wife, and Bhavna Pandey, Chunky Pandey’s wife. During this, Gauri Khan is going to make many big revelations related to her personal life. She told how being the wife of Shahrukh Khan became a big problem for her during her career.
Getting tagged with Shahrukh Khan became a problem
Let us tell you that Gauri Khan is the owner of a leading interior decorating business today. Along with this, Gauri has also produced many films under the production house ‘Red Chillies Entertainment’. But for her success, the tag of husband Shahrukh Khan also became a big problem for her many times.
‘People want to work with Shahrukh Khan’s wife…’
During the show, Gauri Khan said, ‘While considering a new project, there are some people who consider me as a designer. But there are times when it doesn’t work that way because sometimes people don’t want to bear the burden of working with Shah Rukh Khan’s wife. Because of which things often went against me.
Gauri is upset with this habit of Shahrukh Khan
Let us tell you that Gauri Khan made many big revelations about Shahrukh Khan. He told that there are many such habits which he does not like King Khan. Gauri Khan said that, “Whenever there is a party at our house, Shahrukh goes to drop the guest to the car and keeps talking to him outside there for a long time. At that time it seems that the party is not in the house, Rather, she is walking on the road outside the house. She herself goes out and everyone in the party starts looking for her. Due to which I get upset.”
Gauri Khan gives dating tips to Suhana
Along with this, Karan Johar asked Gauri Khan during the show, what dating tips do you want to give to daughter Suhana Khan. He replied that, I want Suhana not to date 2 boys together. After which Karan Johar gave his reaction on this.
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