Shah Rukh Khan, who has acquired a sizeable number of fans overseas, recently met with a bunch of Stanford university (California, US) students in Mumbai.
In the city to meet public figures who've done well in their respective fields, SRK was right at the top of their list.
Shah Rukh, who made quite an impression with his articulate speech at Yale a while ago, shared his life experiences during the interaction.
He also spoke about Fan, the new film he is currently shooting for, directed by Manish Sharma.
"I don't have a speech prepared and I won’t be able to tell you about business. But yes, I can share with you the frailties that I have as a person.
"Because no matter how successful you are and no matter how much money you have, you frailties always remain with you.
"Frailties or failures need to be celebrated. One should never fear them, but should learn from them. And you will only learn from them and not fear them when you have the feeling that you have nothing to lose. I always like to go back to that feeling,” the Happy New Year actor said.
Image: Shah Rukh Khan poses for a picture with visiting students from Stanford.