The actor was in the National Capital on Saturday to talk about his journey in showbiz at India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit. And the majority of the attendees were school going children, college going students along young professionals.

When the host of the event asked the megastar about his influence on the youngsters, he said, "Again this question. I will go back”.

The actor was a part of the event with his "Pink" co-star Taapsee Pannu and the film's producer Shoojit Sircar.

He emphasised how important it is to turn society's attention towards the problems that women face on a daily basis with eve-teasing being one of the major concerns.

The 73-year-old star said that he can relate to how a woman feels when lewd comments are passed at her.The actor said that during his college days he used to fancy going to Miranda House (University of Delhi) and used to roam around the college.

He also shared that one day he got an opportunity to enter the college for an event along with two other boys.

"We felt like champions while entering the back gate of the college . And girls were standing outside their rooms and said, 'Hai Hai' And I was so embarrassed. I know what a girl goes through when she walks on the road and people pass comments on her."

Along with the serious talk, there was loud cheering when the actor spoke a dialogue from "Deewar", and also made a fan cry when he repeated a romantic dialogue from "Silsila" to her. He also recited a poem from his latest release "Pink".

Latest News from Entertainment News Desk