'King Khan' though did not take any sides on the controversy since he felt, "humour is a tricky thing and will always invoke different reactions from people".

When asked about the celebrity roast involving Karan Johar, Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor, the actor while saying that he believes in humour, was still careful with his words as an entertainer.

"I am someone who has always believed in sense of humour. Over the years my sense of humour is rounded off if not completely over. I have learnt to curtail it because there is always going to be a thin line when it comes to humour. It is always going to invoke radical reaction, either you are going to laugh at it or hate it," Shah Rukh said in an interview.

"When you are a popular actor like I am, people listen to you... So, you need to relook at it and I am only speaking about myself here. There will always be issues and questions. I can't take any sides."

The members of the online group had to remove the video from YouTube earlier this month after some people objected to the language and jokes used in the roast. Shah Rukh, 49, said the power of choice is always with people.

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