Dear Zindagi: Could Shah Rukh Khan be Alia Bhatt New 4am Friend?

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TURMERIC: This yellow wonder spice has so many medicinal properties that you could fill up pages. One of those is keeping you warm during the winters, since it tends to generate heat once consumed. And, of course, most of us already know the age-old natural remedy of a tall glass of warm turmeric milk to drive the flu away.

"Actually, even 3am," laughed Alia, "because he is up at that time." This statement was corroborated by SRK, who said, "I can be anyone's 4am friend since am up and about then." That's a dangerous invitation to throw out there, Shah Rukh Khan - you never know who's going to take you at your word.

SRK added that Alia had been very patient with him since he only rehearsed at night and she kept herself awake.

Is Jehangir Khan the kind of man a woman wants, we asked Alia. "Yes, he is definitely the kind of guy women want," she said. SRK responded with his guru gyaan: "Women, at the end of the day, want to be heard. If you can hear them out, listen to what they have to say, it's perfect." That's SRK (married for 25 years) and not Jug speaking, and it really does sound like he's cracked the answer to what women want.

The secret to the longevity of his marriage was exactly what Alia wanted to know when we said she could ask SRK for relationship advice IRL. SRK's gyaan: "Give space and it's all good." He did admit, though, that he's not an easy man too live with. "I have too many emotional quirks," was his self-diagnosis.

Gauri Shinde, who directs the two actors in Dear Zindagi, said that Shah Rukh Khan's stardom has not overshadowed the film and that the inspiration for Dear Zindagi came from her own life experiences.

Alia Bhatt, who has clocked a rocking 2016 with the films Kapoor And Sons, Udta Punjab and now Dear Zindagi, admitted that her biggest fear is of failure and being abandoned.

Dear Alia, failure and subsequent abandonment is probably the least likely thing to happen to you any time soon.

Dear Zindagi is Gauri Shinde's second film after English Vinglish with Sridevi. It also stars Kunal Kapoor, Aditya Roy Kapur, Angad Bedi, Ira Dubey and Ali Zafar.

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