Shah Rukh Khan is a celebrity, and his fan base is expanding every day.
Shah Rukh Khan is a celebrity, and his fan base is expanding every day. His popularity is unmatched, and fans still enjoy watching him on the big screen. Even if his fans hold a lot of SRK’s flicks dear to their hearts. But Dil Se by Mani Ratnam has a particular position. Tigmanshu Dhulia, who wrote the language for the 1998 movie, remembered an event showing SRK’s modesty on the set in a recent interview with Mashable India. To read the tale, scroll down.
Tigmanshu Dhulia acknowledged that Shah Rukh Khan was already a superstar at the time of Dil Se while talking about the film. He revealed that Mani Ratnam would film in far-off places and occasionally make last-minute decisions on where they would shoot. Additionally, he disclosed that SRK would eat as quickly as possible and then take a nap on the bus floor during the lunch break, which was only allowed to last one hour on his sets. To take a power sleep, his child would just spread a plain sheet out for him on the floor. “Shah Rukh never said that I am sleeping there,” he shared.
SRK is now in the city filming Atlee’s Jawan. Sanya Malhotra, Sunil Grover, and Nayanthara are also included. Taapsee Pannu and Dunki are also available to him. While Aryan will soon make his directorial debut, Suhana will make her Bollywood debut this year with The Archies.
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