Here is a reason for all the Shah Rukh Khan fans to rejoice! The actor might start his next finally in 2020 with Rajkumar Hirani. Read on…
Shah Rukh Khan is easily one of the biggest superstars the country has seen! His fans are loyal and they love him unconditionally but they have been anxiously waiting for him to announce his next film. There has not been a single film from his side in this year and it has disappointed his fans to a large extend. There were rumors that Khan is all set to star in Vijay’s next film Thalapathy 63 which is touted to be his debut in south cinema but they soon fizzled out.
Now a good news awaits for all his fans as it has been touted that his next project is going to directed by none other than Rajkumar Hirani and will start rolling in April 2020. Not to forget, SRK had told the media on his birthday, ie, on 2nd November that he will soon announce his next film. It seems like he was talking about the Hirani’s project only for which the director has locked his dates starting from April next year. There is also an air about him keen on signing two more films as he has really liked their scripts.
As per a source,
“It seems that Shah Rukh has loved all the three scripts and will do all of them, one by one. Raju has already locked SRK’s dates from April 2020 for his movie and that’s happening right away. If all goes well, he might even have a big release next year itself.”
The other two scripts are from South director Atlee and an action-drama with Ali Abbas Azafar which SRK really liked a lot. Well, the former was even seen alongside SRK in a cricket match in Chennai and later on in his Diwali bash which fueled the rumors!
We hope that the actor gets his mojo back and gives us memorable films just like how he used to do back in time!
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