Amid the ongoing battle between the two blockbusters, Raees and Kaabil, Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to reach out to his fans in Punjab. The King Khan sent an adorable video to the Punjabi actor Dilijit Dosangh.
SRK is seen singing in the cutest way to the Udta Punjab actor and requests him to watch his new released movie Raees with his friends in Punjab. Shah Rukh also says “ Munda cool hai, very cool hai”.
Along with the 20 second video, the Raees actor also tweeted,”Sorry for trying to sing paaji but had to tell u how much I love u. Please watch Raees in Punjab with friends.”
The sweet and short video is a treat to watch as we get to see a fun and cute side of King Khan. Dilijit on the other hand, was overwhelmed with SRK’s sweet gesture and replied immediately to his tweet.
The trailer of Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Raees’ already created anticipation among audience as the star was playing the role of a gangster. No doubt, the movie seemed to be promising as far as commercial business is concerned. Shah Rukh’s larger than life avatar and his powerful dialogues heard many whistles in the theatres but it was someone else who stole the thunder from King Khan. Nawazuddin Siddiqui shined as a cop and gave chills to King Khan. SRK shares good chemistry with Pakistani actress Mahira Khan but the story seems clichéd. The role of Mahira was not strong as compare to SRK and Nawaz.
Kaabil’ stars Hrithik Roshan and his love interest Yami Gautam as visually impaired people. The actor stole the show as people are calling it one of the best performances of his career. In the first half, the actor wooed audience with his charm and his chemistry with Yami looked fresh, whereas after his wife met with an unfortunate accident, Rohan (played by Hrithik) began his revenge game with a bang. Hrithik took the story forward on his shoulders but Yami’s efforts were visible as she tried her best to look good with the Greek god. Though the story of the movie was quite predictable but still it was the amazing equation between Yami and Hrithik that made it worth a watch.
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