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Bollywood's superstar Shah Rukh Khan had a nostalgic moment when he visited his Delhi home with his children Aryan, Suhana and AbRam where he spent his childhood days. "The wait has been worth it and I can't wait for everyone who loves me with my idol". He added, "Whether I agree or disagree - I don't even understand it so how can I have an opinion?"

"I don't understand this (nepotism)".

"I don't understand this discussion (on nepotism)". How can I understand it?

While in Delhi, which is Shah Rukh Khan's hometown, he took his kids to his old DDA flat.

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On the subject of his kids' future, SRK said that he wants them to build their own identities and that he has no problem if they want to join the acting world. Shah Rukh Khan added that he wants his kids to do what they want be it films or anything else.

Fellow actress and "Dilwale" co-star Kajol Devgn spoke on this issue as well. ' "I think it is a debate brought on by two personalities (referring to Karan and Kangana) who have made a decision to quote-unquote each other".

Bollywood starlet Kangana Ranaut was among the first ones who raised her voice against the existing nepotism in the entertainment industry and called filmmaker Karan Johar a "flag bearer of nepotism" on his popular chat show Koffee With Karan.

On being asked about whether the actor has ever wished for stardom like that of his rival actors such as Shah Rukh Khan or Salman Khan, Aamir was quoted as saying, "I am very happy in the space that I am".

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