It would be a dream come true moment for any filmmaker to get Shah Rukh Khan onboard for a project. Seems an aspiring filmmaker from Bangalore has been desperately trying to make his dream come true. For the past few days, a filmmaker from Bangalore named Jayanth Seege has been camping outside Shah Rukh Khan's Mannat in Bandra to get him to read the script of the project and sign his film.
On social media, Jayanth Seege has been sharing about his days outside Mannat. From day 1 to day 4, he has made several posts describing how he is trying to gain the attention of the king Khan. He also got featured in Humans of Bombay for the same. While sharing his story, Jayanth in Humans Of Mumbai blog mentioned, “In August, when I came across Shah Rukh Khan’s interview where he said that he hadn’t signed any new movies since Zero, I literally went bonkers; I was like, ‘What if I get SRK to act in my movie?’ So, I created a movie poster overnight and tweeted it, tagging SRK. Obviously, nothing happened, but I still couldn't shake off the thought–I retweeted it on his birthday again. Finally, in December, I don’t know what got to me– I thought, ‘Why not just go to Mannat and narrate the script to him face to face?’"
He later shared Shah Rukh Khan's dialogue "Kisi cheez ko shiddat se chaho toh poori kainath usse tumse milane ki koshish me lag jaati hai," and stated that he will wait outside Mannat until SRK signs his film. Jayanth has reportedly named the film ProjectX. (Also Read: Shah Rukh Khan Says He Misses Hugging CM Mamta Banerjee As He Attends Kolkata Film Festival 2021 Inauguration Via Video Call)
Day 2: Thank you for all the tweets. Overwhelmed! A lil trivia about the poster. I made it overnight more than an year ago; on seeing @iamsrk 's interview! #SRK #PROJECTX #MakeItHappen https://t.co/OL19dAvvg6 pic.twitter.com/AHblMuZVVS— Jayanth Seege (@JayanthSeege) January 1, 2021
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