It is confirmed. Shah Rukh Khan’s last screen appearance until he signs furtherfilms, is going to be in R Madhavan’s directorial debut Rocketry, a bio-pic on the amazing story of scientist Nambi Narayanan whose glorious work was tainted by false allegations of spying. Shah Rukh Khan has been roped in to play a television journalist in Rocketry.
Says a source close to the project, “The entire story of Nambi Narayanan unfolds through his conversation with the journalist as played by Shah Rukh Khan. It’s a prominent role, and his fans won’t be disappointed.” Also read: Pathan: Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, And John Abraham Starrer To Release On Diwali 2021? Deets INSIDE
This appearance should keep SRK fans going until he signs another film, hopefully in the near future. Shah Rukh’s next project is likely to be with Raj Kumar Hirani. Also read: Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment Announces Love Hostel Starring Sanya Malhotra, Vikrant Massey And Bobby Deol
For all the fans of Shah Rukh Khan who have been waiting bated-breath to know which film the Superstar will sign next, here is news to gladden the heart.
SRK zeroed in on a number of interesting scripts. Among them is a film to be directed by Raj Kumar Hirani.If things had gone as per plan Shah Rukh would have been in Hirani’s Munnabhai.
Yes, that’s right. SRK was the original choice to play Munnabhai while Vivek Oberoi was chosen to play Munnabhai’s friend Circuit. But SRK was not enthused by Munnabhai and the project went to Sanjay Dutt. While Hirani has done two major films Aamir Khan, it is Shah Rukh that Hirani has been absolutely to work with.
It looks like this dream team will rock the silver screen together. Sources say Shah Rukh has liked an idea that Hirani has come up with. And it’s being developed….the idea and a collaboration that could take Shah Rukh’s career to the next level.
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