Shah Rukh Khan Cherishes his 27 Years of Bollywood

Bollywood genius Shah Rukh Khan finished 27 years in the film business on Tuesday and his fans gave him love and gifts on the event.
Shah Rukh Khan Cherishes his 27 Years of Bollywood

Bollywood genius Shah Rukh Khan finished 27 years in the film business on Tuesday and his fans gave him love and gifts on the event. To offer his thanks, the Badshah of Bollywood shot a video and posted it on his Twitter handle.

In the video, SRK reproduced his entrance scene from his presentation film Deewana which hit theaters in 1992. He left his supporters nostalgic as he jumped on the wheels with the melody "Koi Na Koi Chahiye Pyar Karne Wala" playing out of sight.

Afterward, Shah Rukh Khan said thanks to his fans for "bearing" with him. He stated, "I want to say a big thank you for 27 years in Indian cinema which is exactly half of my lifetime on Earth. I have been trying to entertain my fans and many times I have succeeded and many times I have failed. Thank you all for bearing with me since I came on a motorcycle in the film called Deewana singing "Koi Na Koi Chaiye" and riding into your hearts. You not only allowed me to ride into your hearts but also allowed me to stay there."


Shah Rukh made his Bollywood debut with Raj Kanwar directorial Deewana that discharged in 1992. The film likewise featured Rishi Kapoor and Divya Bharti. He proceeded to control the remainder of the decade with hits like Baazigar (1993). Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (1995), Dil To Pagal Hai (1997), Kuch Hota Hai (1998) and a lot more movies.

For the present, King Khan is on a break from work. In an ongoing meeting with Filmfare, he stated "I have no film with me right now. I am not working on any film. Usually what happens is when your one film is coming to an end, you begin work on your next film and I get involved within 3-4 months. But this time I am just not feeling like…My heart doesn't allow me to..I just felt that I should rather take time out, watch films, listen to stories and read more books."

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