Anyway the Godolphin ballroom was buzzing with men in dapper suits and the ladies in their finery. There was a woman dressed in a short dress with big cloth flowers stitched all over it. Another one was wearing a blouse which looked made entirely of broken glass accompanied by a gold sari. I was very tempted to take pictures of them but it would have been really rude so I somehow managed to stop myself.
They played the Indian national anthem and everyone stood at attention aside from one woman who kept jabbering. I wanted to go and slap her. Wow such an idiot. And then SRK walked in. He had a frown on his face and walked with long strides. He waved away the cameras looking rather annoyed. He's not as short as I had imagined and has a good head of hair and that's about it. There was a q & a session during which the woman who should have been slapped was the first one to ask a question. She was starry eyed and made an ass of herself saying,"I've been a big fan of yours since..." and she trailed off. SRK was quick to ask,"Since?" And she giggled and my insides cringed. She asked,"If you had to choose to play one politician who would it be?" SRK replied,"I'm too good looking to play a politician." And she laughed and my insides cringed.
And yes it took a Shah Rukh Khan to finally bring me out of my hiatus from this space and for that I thank you O huge superstar with the tiny ponytail.