With his film My Name Is Khan releasing on Feb 12, Shah Rukh Khan is all over the place. Be it at award functions or press conferences or on your favorite reality show, SRK is leaving no stone unturned to promote his big release. What's more, he also features on the cover page of leading men's magazine GQ in the February issue.
King Khan, as he is fondly known as, is seen sporting a disheveled, spiky look and holding a placard which states 'Where's The Love?' The actor talks about a wide variety of topics in this issue such as his equation with the Bachchans, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan to his oddest quirks. Speaking about quirks, SRK says, "I have a strange attachment to socks. They should feel right. I could be missing a flight, but if my socks are wrong, I have to take them off. I won't wear nylon socks with sneakers. The only time I get disturbed during shooting is over my socks. You can't give me brown socks. I hate different-coloured socks."
His mere presence may bring a smile on many faces and yet it's surprising to know that the one thing SRK finds difficulty in doing is to laugh on screen. "I can't laugh at will on screen. I have a big issue. It's been years since I had a big laughing scene. I can't laugh in real life either; I smile a lot. When I suddenly laugh with my kids or close friends, they stop and stare at me. I laugh maybe once in two years."
SRK also comes across as a clean person when he states, "I don't cheat. I've never had the desire to cheat anyone - financially, emotionally, or romantically. It doesn't mean I am the most morally upright person. I just think cheating is quite low. "
With such interesting tidbits from the actor's life, this February issue of GQ is a must have for any die-hard SRK fan.