Superstar Shahrukh Khan became nostalgic to realise that 1993 film Baazigar, which was his breakout role, is two decade old. The 48-year-old actor, who experimented with an anti-hero role in the film opposite Kajol and Shilpa Shetty, took to Twitter to express his gratitude to the director Abbas-Mustan and his co-stars including veteran actress Raakhee.
"And yes 20 years of Baazigar. Thanks Abbas Mastan, Kajol Shilpa and Rakhiji," posted SRK on his Twitter handle today, November 12. He also wrote the famous Hindi dialogue from the movie, "Abhi bhi haarkar jeetne wale ko Baazigar kehte hain...(sic)", he tweeted.
The movie Baazigar garnered much praise for the SRK, who later went on to play a negative role in Darr and Anjaam. It has been a long and fruitful career for Shahrukh Khan. Although there have been ups ans downs, Srk has always learnt and evolved with each movie.
Over the years, the 48-year-old has experimented by acting in different genres.. He has even played versatile roles and tries his best to entertain his audiences. After his recent blockbuster Chennai Express, many consider him as the master of mass entertainers. We look forward to SRK making us smile in his next movie as well. He is currently working with Farah Khan for his upcoming film titled Happy New Year. We hope to see him many more movies as successful and famous as Baazigar.