Shah Rukh Khan in Switzerland: See his signature pose and a selfie like Aryan

The superstar couldn't keep himself from doing his signature pose and it's the best thing you'll see today!

Mumbai: Imagine Shah Rukh Khan in Switzerland. Easy, right? Now imagine him doing his signature pose around the snow-clad mountains. Now that’s the real deal!

SRK was at the Davos, where he received the Crystal Award. But the superstar couldn’t keep himself from doing his signature pose and it’s the best thing you’ll see today! Here’s Shah Rukh’s post:

SRK also took a selfie post receiving the award, and this selfie will remind of his son Aryan Khan’s signature ‘poker face’. See the post here:

During his acceptance speech, Shah Rukh thanked the women in his life especially sister Shehnaz Lalarukh Khan, wife Gauri Khan and daughter Suhana Khan for helping him see the world in a different way.

Shah Rukh said, “Actors are renowned narcissists. No matter how much we pretend to not to believe in external beauty, we tend to be obsessed by it, one way or another. Perhaps being surrounded by this obsession of beauty, a few years ago I came across a lady who had been brutalized by an acid attack and it kind of changed my life, or the perspective of it at least. To disfigure a woman by throwing acid on her face, to me, is one of the crudest acts of subjugation imaginable.”

Shah Rukh also spoke about his interactions with the victims of acid attack and said that he had learnt “how courage can catalyse victimhood into heroism, how solidarity rather than charity enables the human will to overcome, how equality is not a concept, but a truth that encompasses all living beings and how the service of others is not a choice anymore for any of us. It is a duty that all of us must fulfill,” from them.

He also mentioned his youngest son AbRam in the speech and gave an analogy about the need to reverse power. He also added, “I want to thank my sister, my wife and my little daughter for bringing me up well and teaching me the value of requesting, sometimes imploring and begging a yes from a woman, instead of forcing it upon her.”

SRK received the award for "his leadership in championing children's and women's rights in India," the World Economic Forum (WEF) said.

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