Shah Rukh Khan: The most difficult thing is to play your own self on silver screen

At a conclave held in Mumbai today, Shah Rukh Khan engaged the audience by talking about his journey in the movies and roles he did on the silver screen.
Shah Rukh Khan: The most difficult thing is to play your own self on silver screenShah Rukh Khan: The most difficult thing is to play your own self on silver screen
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Whenever Shah Rukh Khan delivers a speech, people around make sure to not miss a single word coming from his mouth. He is often touted as one of the greatest orators in Bollywood ever and people do feel inspired after listening to his speeches. SRK has not only turned into a speaker in India but also around the globe. Today, Shah Rukh was snapped at an event hosted by a leading news channel. 

At the event, the superstar spoke at length about the characters and roles he plays on the big screen. SRK stated, "Characters are quite different from roles. I feel nice when people make me do what I can't. The most difficult thing is to play your own self on silver screen." Well, said King Khan! He added, "When we do creative things, people ask "did you ever thought you would reach this level of stardom" and I say, "never"."

Shah Rukh went on to say, "I just wanted to do good work and even today when I get up I believe in it. Whatever I did, I  thought it was my best. You should not think, you should only feel as it is a creative work."

When quizzed about doing kissing scenes lately on the big screen, SRK jokingly replied in Hindi, "Har insaan ka din badalta hai."

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Meanwhile, on the work front, SRK was last seen in Aanand L Rai's directorial titled, Zero. In the film, he was paired opposite Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. The movie received mixed reviews.

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FYI I traveled 350 miles to see Zero and was completely charmed!
I am not your NRI demographic and I live globally-- on the North coast of California. Go SRK.

The movie received mixed reviews. lol.

He never stops talking rubbish all the time. His own statements contradict most of the time.

Globally? No one cares about him outside India. You are acting like he made some cross over to the West like Chopra and Deepika

FYI. I am norther Califorenia coast, traveling 360 miles to see Zero and was charmed by it. Also, I'm not in NRI demographic. Go Srk!

Love you forever Shah!

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