Shahrukh Khan's son AbRam's first foreign trip

Shahrukh Khan has been working non-stop and the superstar is desperately feeling the need for a well deserved break. King Khan has decided to go for a brief holiday with his family. AbRam, the new addition to the family would surely join them as the trip would be incompletely with his new bundle of love. Though the destination is not yet revealed, London or Dubai might be the place as both these places are favourite for the Khans. They love London as SRK-Gauri’s son Aryan study in London and Dubai is another option as they have their bungalow there.

Shahrukh Khan is shooting for Farah Khan’s ‘Happy New Year’ and he is flooded with film offers.  He has been approached by Maneesh Sharma, Rahul Dholakia, Anurag Kashyap, R Balki, Ashutosh Gowarikar and others.

"Not yet (doing Maneesh Sharma's film), when I do the film I will let you all know. I haven't started anything new. I am going to work on Happy New Year for the next two months. There are two-four film offers... Whenever the film gets designed, I will decide accordingly," Shah Rukh said.

"I will take holiday after I finish Happy New Year, as last time I did not take it (holiday) after completing Chennai Express, I jumped on my next film. I will take a month's off and then start a new film. There is Maneesh Sharma's film on top, Rahul Dholakia's movie and few other offers on which I will take a call," he added.

It is heard that Zee TV has acquired the satellite rights of ‘Chennai Express’ at a whopping amount of 50 crore.

"There was a lot of responsibility. They took the film at a high price, and not at what the rumours say. It was an expensive film. We don't understand how it performs on TV but the team of Zee TV said they were happy and may be because of the film they are number one now," Shah Rukh said.

The 48-year-old actor further said that "Money has never been the criteria. Chennai Express is over now, new films will come, records will be broken."

The actor hopes ‘Chennai Express’ does well on TV as well. "There are few films which do good on TV as well as theatres. Our director Rohit Shetty has a good track record on TV. We feel happy for the team of Zee," he said.