Shah Rukh Khan to go on a holiday with son AbRam

Shah Rukh kHanShah Rukh Khan is planning a holiday abroad with his family. (IE Photo)

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has been busy with Chennai Express but the actor is now planning a family holiday abroad.

And going by reports SRK's two-and-half-month-old son AbRam will be joining his mother Gauri, sister Suhana and brother Aryan too.

According to a report published in a leading news daily, Shah Rukh Khan's wife Gauri was spotted at the Regional Passport Office in Mumbai on Monday.

Reports suggest that Gauri had come in to get her passport renewed and apparently get applied for a new passport for their third child AbRam.

Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan announced in July, that he and wife Gauri were parents of a baby boy born with a surrogate, putting to rest rumours swirling around the latest addition to the actor's family.

Baby AbRam was under medical treatment immediately after he was born because he was not keeping well. However, his health has been improving constantly now.

Shah Rukh gave an official statement saying, his baby was born prematurely by several months but has finally come home. Gauri and our whole family have been dealing with his health issues for a long time now.

Big B, Karan Johar, Kajol, Abhishek Bachchan and SRK's other friends congratulated him on the birth of his third baby AbRam.

Shah Rukh already has a son Aryan (15) and daughter Suhana (13). (With PTI inputs)

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