Following controversies over his comment on intolerance, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan today said he won't answer any question on political and religious matters. "Unfortunately because of the reactions I get when I answer something political or religious, I don't think I will answer this question," Khan told reporters here when asked to comment on cancellation of Pakistani ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali's concert in Mumbai.
When he was asked about Aamir Khan's removal as incredible India's Ambassador, he said “I don’t have anything to do with it: neither was I recruited nor was I let go. Please leave me out of it."
Khan had earlier said there is "extreme intolerance" in India, creating a furore. He had later apologized. He had said the controversy also affected the collections of his latest film 'Dilwale'. He also avoided answering the question related to reduction of his security cover by the Mumbai Police. Khan quipped saying he missed the constables as they used to bring food for him. "I miss them. Sometimes I give them a call to ask about their well being. They used to take food for me and we used to eat 'puri' and rice together," he added.