Shahrukh Khan's next Dear Zindagi has been the talk of the town for various positive reasons. From the film having stunning chemistry between Shahrukh Khan and Alia Bhatt to a majority of women in cast and crew. "I will specifically say that we live in a man's world unfortunately. We talk about feminism and women empowerment. The beauty of this film is that without being preachy, a bunch of confident women have made this film which says that whatever, wherever, with whom ever a woman does anything that is correct without being judgmental on the same. So I feel this movie will leave an impression on men too," he told during a press conference. "I think what Gauri and Alia and everyone in the film has realised that women don't want someone to solve their problems. They can do it very well on their own. They don't want someone to give them solutions; they don't want someone to judge them. They just want a good listener and a good hug," explained the 51-years-old actor, adding, "That's what this professional counsellor provides. Instead of questioning her or giving her advice or telling her solutions, just listens to her and says, whatever you are doing is the right thing to do."