While the recently released Chennai Express has been breaking Box-Office records, Shahrukh Khan is feeling bad that he will not see the director Rohit Shetty and co-star Deepika Padukone more often. It looks like the Chennai Express crew had a good time making this entertainer. Now, Shahrukh says that he looks forward to working with Rohit again.
A majority of Bollywood films that have become hits usually end up having sequels too. However, the filmmaker has not confirmed any such news. Shahrukh Khan tells us about the talk he had with Rohit and Deepika. He said, "Some other film maybe, inshah Allah. Recently we were driving back and we realised that we will not see each other as regularly after all this. And I told them I am feeling bad, as did Rohit and Deepika. So, Rohit asked if he should already start writing something, so that will give us something to look forward to. Even if it's a year later, Rohit has said he will work on something."
Shahrukh Khan, who already has a list of filmmakers who are waiting to sign him in films reveals the element he looks forward to in a film. "One thing I look forward to is the excitement of working with someone I have worked with before and have a rapport with. If I don't get that excitement, then I look for something different," he said.
Shahrukh has worked with many directors in versatile roles and he feels lucky. "I am very lucky that I have directors who want to rediscover something new not only about me but themselves as well, through the films we do. Of course, we will be bound by how we think and what we know but our films will still have a similar style. But I don't sit down and think about anybody else," he said.
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"My logic is very clear. Do the film when you are doing the film with me. And when we are happy doing it. Don't do it for any other reason," he added.