Shah Rukh Khan's 2002 film Devdas completed 14 years of its release on July 12 and, on Tuesday, Madhuri Dixit, who played Chandramukhi in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali-directed film, Dubsmashed one of SRK's famous Devdas dialogues with Varun.
Varun Dhawan met Madhuri on the sets of So You Think You Can Dance, where he promoted his new film Dishoom. The 49-year-old actress, who is one of the judges of the dance-based reality show, made her Dubsmash debut, assisted by Varun. Madhuri, phir se maar daala?
It's difficult to imitate Dev Babu, Varun. Tumse shaayad na ho payega.
Chandru this is DhawanDas not DevDas! 2nd he doesn't drink, 2 health conscious. & wot happened to ur voice Chandru. https://t.co/FaK6DPB81I— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 12, 2016
Need lessons, Varun? Learn. A fan club shared a video of Shah Rukh Khan in which the 50-year-old actor is seen Dubsmashing this dialogue from Devdas.
In celebration of #14yearsofdevdas - This is SRK's first ever dubsmash on Devdas dialogue. @INSTANTBOLLYWOOD #Instabollywood #instantbollywood #bollywood #india #indian #desi #mumbai #delhi #noida #gurgaon #bangalore #bengaluru #jaipur #ahemdabad #surat #pune #indore #bollywoodstyle #bollywoodfashion #indianstyle #indianfashion #srk #shahrukhkhan #kingkhan
On Tuesday, Shah Rukh wrote on Twitter that Devdas will always be special for him. #14YearsOfDevdas trended almost throughout the day.
Devdas will always b special.Thank u Bhansali... the beautiful ladies & every1.Late nites..long shoots &so much love. pic.twitter.com/aPnLBQ8pyy— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 11, 2016
Devdas was based on the Bengali novel by Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan played Paro in the film, which released on July 12, 2002.