LOL! Budding actor Rudhraksh Jaiswal sharing screen space with none other than Chris Hemsworth made him mouth one of the iconic dialogues of Badshah Shah Rukh Khan. Needless to say it is sheer GOLD. We hope SRK watches this and definitely shares his opinions on it. This iconic dialogue is from his most celebrated film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, which goes like “bade bade deshon main aisi choti choti baat hoti rehti hai.” But the Chris’ spin to this iconic dialogue is pretty hilarious.
Following Rudhraksh Jaiswal and repeating the dialogue Chris replaces Choti Choti to Chori Chori. So now according to Chris the dialogue is “bade bade deshon main aisi chori chori baat hoti rehti hai” The actor completing this dialogue says fluent; Yes Christ it is totally fluent. Chris, Rudhraksh along with the crew are shooting in Bangkok some of the portions of their Netflix movie, Extraction. Rudhraksh has slipped into the role of the gangster’s son in the movie who is kidnapped and Chris’ character is on a mission to rescue him.
The video was shared on industry photographer Viral Bhayani’s Instagram account. Rudhraksh sharing a snapshot of this post wrote, ‘WOW’ on his Instagram story.
Netflix had dropped the first look of the lead character Chris Hemsworth walking on the busy streets of India, with intense expressions on his face. Sharing his first look, the official Twitter handle of Netflix had written, “The reason he looks so perfect in #Extraction: Because Hem’s Worth it.”
This Netflix flick is set to premiere on April 24, 2020. ALSO READ: Extraction First Look: Chris Hemsworth Strolling In Busy Streets Of India Has Got Us Hooked; Movie To Premiere On THIS Date
Coming back to Rudhraksh Jaiswal, he made his debut in the entertainment world in the year 2013 with Mahabharata; followed by Noor, The Tenant and now the Extraction, help him climb the ladder.
Image Source: Instagram/chrishemsworth/iamsrk
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