Shah Rukh Khan Will Not Perform With Salman Khan At IIFA Awards 2017, Courtesy Aryan

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan will not be a part of IIFA Awards this year due to a couple of reasons. This means that fans will not be able to see SRK share stage with Salman Khan

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Shah Rukh Khan Will Not Perform With Salman Khan At IIFA Awards 2017, Courtesy Aryan
For all those wishing to witness Shah Rukh Khan perform with Salman Khan this year at IIFA Awards, here’s some bad news. The superstar, like last year, will be giving the awards gala a miss. Reason? Well, there are a couple.

First, Shah Rukh will be busy promoting his upcoming film Jab Harry Met Sejal, which releases in August.

Second, he might be travelling to the United States to meet his son Aryan Khan. Reports suggest that Aryan has suffered an injury and might undergo a surgery.

It is said that Aryan broke his nose while playing football at school and will have to undergo surgery. The superstar will fly to the US to be by his son’s side. And, since the awards take place around the same time, he will skip the event.

Doting father, we must say.

Coming to the title of his upcoming film, Jab Harry Met Sejal, late on Thursday night, both Shah Rukh and Anushka Sharma took to their social media pages to release two posters, which confirmed the name of the film which was till now known as The Ring.

Instead of revealing the name in one poster, the makers of the film split it into lively and colourful posters.

The name is definitely an interesting one and seems to be a play on one of the best known rom-coms of all time, the American classic When Harry Met Sally and Imtiaz Ali’s own Kareena KapoorShahid Kapoor starred Jab We Met.

The Ring was chosen as the working title of the film and since then so many names have come and gone.

First the grapevine suggested that the film will be called Rehnuma, then just a few days ago it was reported that the film will be called Raula.

Jab Harry Met Sejal happens to be King Khan's third collaboration with Anushka, after Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and Jab Tak Hain Jaan.


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