News|December 22, 2010 12:49 am

King Khan: I overcame from Depression Mode

Well, if you think Shahrukh’s period over then might you guys are wrong! The actor is again coming with full energy and action with his new show, Zor Ka Jhatka! King Khan has been inactive during this year, and he also feels that he got into a depression mode,

“I feel so much healthy and refreshed from within – due to the injury and the suffering I had got into a depression mode but now I am out of it. I feel happy and boosted with energy,”

When asked how he copes with the controversies and comparisons, Shah Rukh said,

“I am a different person in my films; I am very vocal and expressive in them, but in my personal life I am a very weird person. I face difficulty when I have to express my innermost feelings. I am very shy, quiet and reclusive as an individual.

“It is not something I am proud of but I lack in the art of expressing my love, my friendship, my anger, my apologies, which people misinterpret at times.

“I am always compared; that is a part of my life. A newcomer comes I am compared; anybody does a film which is a bigger hit, I am compared; anybody does a lesser film, still I am compared. So comparisons don’t bother me now.”

When asked about his full-action with new show, “Zor Ka Jhatka”, the actor said,

“I started my career from TV when I was nothing; it is a medium which is very close to my heart and now I feel excited to be back on it again.”

“I have worked on all the different platforms, be it theatre, films, TV – but genuinely, TV is my favourite.”

He, however, feels he lacks knowledge of the television industry.

“On many occasions I find myself lacking as far as TV knowledge is concerned. I am not very well-versed with the working of the industry, the terms and terminology of it; so I try to stay away from it.”

“When I stand among people from the TV industry, I feel awkward. I feel as if I don’t know what they are saying.”

Asked about his current movie projects, he said,

“I am working on quite a few projects as of now. I am in the mode to work round the clock with television and films. I am currently shooting for ‘Ra.One’, ‘Don-2’, and Vishal Bharadwaj’s film which is an adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s ‘Two States’.”