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I feel like a 25-year-old: King Khan

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Shah Rukh Khan waves to fans outside his residence on Monday

Mumbai: He may have turned 44 on Monday, but Shah Rukh Khan, who has ruled Bollywood for nearly two decades, says he still feels like a 25-year-old.

“I accept the age that I am but I really feel 25-26 except for the few physical injuries I have had. I truly don’t remember how these 20 years have passed in Mumbai,” Shah Rukh told journalists at his home ‘Mannat’ in Bandra.

The actor said he would celebrate with a quiet dinner with family and friends.

Shah Rukh made his acting debut in 1988 with the TV serial “Fauji,” and later worked in Aziz Mirza’s “Circus.” He moved to Mumbai in 1991.

achievements have been many. One of them is that I have been able to make many people smile without realising it at times,” he said and thanked all those people with whom he has worked with.

Interestingly, Khan , who was last year promoting his film “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi” on his birthday, took the opportunity to talk about his upcoming film “My Name Is Khan,” which is releasing in February 2010.

Directed by his friend Karan Johar, the film will see Khan uniting with Kajol onscreen after a gap of eight years.— PTI

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