SRK enjoys breaking away from fast-paced lifestyle

Just before getting into the hectic multi-city promotional tours for "Jab Harry Met Sejal" Shah Rukh Khan took a family vacation to Los Angeles.

Published: 02nd August 2017 03:30 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd August 2017 03:30 PM   |  A+A-

Shah Rukh Khan and director Imtiaz Ali. (Photo | twitter.com/iamsrk)

By IANS

NEW DELHI: Just before getting into the hectic multi-city promotional tours for his forthcoming Bollywood entertainer "Jab Harry Met Sejal" last month, superstar Shah Rukh Khan took a family vacation to Los Angeles. He says it was a "refreshing experience".

During the holiday, the actor and his family members chose to stay in an Airbnb home -- a Beverly Hills estate -- instead of a high-end hotel.

Talking about it, Shah Rukh said in a statement: "There's no place like home to disconnect from the outside world and spend some time with oneself. Being able to break away from a fast paced lifestyle, several thousand miles away from the city has been a refreshing experience."

Shah Rukh, who is currently on a whirlwind itinerary trying to keep the buzz on for his latest film, which is releasing on Friday, says in Los Angeles, he enjoyed living like the locals and it was "an ideal break".

The home where the Bollywood 'Badshah' stayed comes with a tennis court and pool.

In between his vacation, Shah Rukh kept fans updated through social media about how he was unwinding.

"Jab Harry Met Sejal", directed by Imtiaz Ali, also features Anushka Sharma.
 

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