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Shah Rukh Khan Says a 'Mature' Love Story With Kajol Will be 'Nice'

  | January 03, 2016 16:33 IST (New Delhi)
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Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol photographed at an event in Mumbai.

"Perhaps Kajol and I, well, I could be totally presumptuous about it, but we would be perhaps a good pair as we have done films together for the last 22 years. It will be interesting to be cast in a mature love story, not a peppy or happy-go-lucky one like we've done before," said Shah Rukh Khan

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, whose new movie Dilwale was with Kajol, said that he would love to be cast with Kajol again if an interesting and mature love story comes their way.

"If there's a nice film, if it's interesting and different, maybe a mature love story, it would be nice. We don't (Bollywood doesn't) make too many of those," Shah Rukh told IANS.

"Perhaps Kajol and I, well, I could be totally presumptuous about it, but we would be perhaps a good pair as we have done films together for the last 22 years. It will be interesting to be cast in a mature love story, not a peppy or happy-go-lucky one like we've done before. In our stage, age and life, of whatever that we've seen, maybe we will be able to essay a different kind of emotion as actors," he added. (Also Read: Inside Pics: Shah Rukh Khan's Fantastic Dubai Holiday)

From Baazigar, Karan Arjun, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Duplicate and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai in the 1990s to entertainers like Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham..., My Name Is Khan and Diwale, Kajol and SRK have turned out to be one of Bollywood's most beloved onscreen couples.

Without brushing off the popularity that they enjoy as a 'Jodi', and while explaining the magic that they recreate onscreen each time, Shah Rukh said: "When we have done films together, people have really liked them even if they are of different genres. You can't ignore that."

"But I think, one, magic cannot be explained. Secondly, lot of the credit goes to the people who have made the films with us, and then most of the credit goes to the audience which for years, have appreciated us," SRk concluded.



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