"He is a lazy talented actor and I often tell him that. He does a film, and then he goes somewhere and then makes a comeback. I told him to keep working and that the directors need him."
"I'm sure that one day somebody will take me as a warrior also and also as a guide. Somebody started writing that the film is based on the wonderful classic Guide by Dev Anand saab and Vijay Anand saab," said Shah Rukh
"I am a Warrior, a Dwarf & a Guide. I am not wot I ought to, want or hope to be...I am all that & I am wot I am. My 2 bits on my upcoming 'roles'," Shah Rukh Khan wrote on Twitter
"Shah Rukh Khan is a very intelligent man. He makes you feel so important and responsible so it is fun to work with him. He was very happy to hear the story. It is a delight to have him in the film, "filmmaker Anand L Rai told PTI. Shah Rukh will reportedly play a dwarf in the movie
Shah Rukh Khan was asked about the first look of his next film Zero, which is directed by Anand L Rai. He said it's one of the most difficult movies he has worked on and that's the reason the first look of the film took so long to come out and he also said that it's one of the most advanced VFX films in the world. Zero also stars Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, it releases in December.
The cast and crew of Mukkabaaz interacted with the media a week before the release of their film. Mukaabaaaz is the story of a boxer who trains at a gym, which is run by a don. The film is directed by Anurag Kashyap, produced by Anand L Rai and it stars Vineet Kumar Singh, Zoya Hussain, Jimmy Shergill & Ravi Kishan.
On Tuesday evening, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan was spotted with filmmaker Kabir Khan at music director Shankar Mahadevan's recording studio in Bandra. Kabir recently directed a cameo of SRK in Salman Khan starrer Tubelight. SRK is currently shooting for Anand L Rai's film.
It's confirmed. Actor Shah Rukh Khan will star in filmmaker Anand L Rai's love story, in which he will reportedly play the role of a dwarf. "We want to work together and we are on that process. He was very happy to hear the story," said the director.