Shah Rukh Khan poses for a photograph.
Gulf today Report
Bollywood heartthrob Shah Rukh Khan completes 11 years of ‘My Name Is Khan’ as he feels that the trend of celebrating film anniversaries on social media has become repetitive.
However, on this occasion, he decided to make an exception and shower praise on the team.
Shah Rukh Khan took to social media to express his mind on Friday, which incidentally marks 11 years of the release date of his film "My Name Is Khan".
"Find celebrating 'X' number of yrs of a film on social media repetitive, as it’s become more like a yearly birthday wish rather than a milestone. But just saw #11YearsOfMyNameIsKhan and felt like saying, I think everybody involved with the film did a very fine job of it," SRK tweeted on Friday.
"My Name Is Khan", released on February 12, 2010, is a Karan Johar film that narrates a love story against the backdrop of discrimination based on religion and race. The film offers viewers the most popular Bollywood pair of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol.
Reacting to Shah Rukh's tweet, fans also expressed how close the film is to their hearts and how much they loved SRK's performance in it.
"Yesss #11YearsOfMyNameIsKhan. This is an extraordinary movie. And only a legend like you can play a character like Rizwan," commented a fan.
"Celebrating the classic MNIK makes us so much happy, Khan saab. It is just love! #11YearsOfMyNameIsKhan," expressed another fan.
As hit romantic film "Chalte Chalte" starring Shah Rukh Khan and Rani Mukerji clocks 17 years, actor Rani Mukerji on Saturday remembered shooting for the film with Shah Rukh Khan and said that the film is one of her favourites.
Shah Rukh captioned the image: "My trio of sugar and spice and everything nice... and oh yeah! Gauri's too."
Bollywood took to social media and mourned the demise of actor-director Rajiv Kapoor on Tuesday. Kapoor passed away aged 58, owing to cardiac arrest at a hospital near his Chembur residence.
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