SRKRKBollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan was detained by the US immigration department for questioning at Los Angeles airport on Thursday evening.

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Miffed by the act, the actor took to his twitter handle and wrote:

“I fully understand & respect security with the way the world is, but to be detained at US immigration every…time really really s****.”

On a positive note, he wrote: “The brighter side is while waiting caught some really nice Pokemons.”

This is not the first time that Shah Rukh, one of Hindi film industry’s most successful stars, has been detained at a US airport.

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In 2012, the “My Name Is Khan” actor was detained at a New York airport for two hours when he had arrived to visit Yale University, where he was honoured as a Chubb Fellow.

Back in 2009, he was stopped at the Newark Airport, New Jersey, and was released after two hours at the intervention of the Indian consulate in New York.

“I was really hassled at the American Airport because of my name being Khan. It was absolutely uncalled for. I felt angry and humiliated,” said Shah Rukh, who was then heading towards Chicago to participate in an Independence Day celebration event.

“It is a Muslim name and I think the name is common on their checklist,” he had then said.

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