Mumbai's Maratha Mandir is known for screening Bollywood's iconic movies daily. One such greatest flick is Shahrukh Khan's 1995 blockbuster Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, that still runs packed houses everyday. 18 years post DDLJ's release, SRK reportedly visited Maratha Mandir to watch his latest release Chennai Express with the audience.
SRK's Chennai Express has smashed all the previous
records at the Indian Box Office. It has become the biggest opener
in the history of Indian Cinema, beating the record of Salman's
Ek Tha Tiger. Khan, who is currently basking in the
success of Chennai Express, has decided to celebrate this
by watching the film with his fans and audiences. Hence, he
recently visited Maratha Mandir, along with filmmaker Rohit Shetty,
where the duo watched the movie with the audience.
SRK recently tweeted, "Bade bade shehron mein aisi choti choti
baatein hoti rehti hain. Dilwale se Chennai tak. Humbled at Maratha
Mandir." Reportedly, the superstar was overwhelmed to watch out the
live reaction of audiences.
Directed by Rohit Shetty, Chennai Express features SRK,
Deepika Padukone and Nikitin Dheer in the leads.
Shahrukh Khan had recently visited Maratha Mandir to watch
Chennai Express with the audience.
SRK Looks Tired
SRK looks very tired.
Khan impresses his fans with his trademark pose.
SRK interacts with his fans and other audience at Maratha
SRK was accompanied by Rohit Shetty at Maratha Mandir.
SRK as Rahul
SRK plays a 40-year-old bachelor named Rahul in Chennai
Shahrukh flaunts his witty and jovial side in public, while
interacting with the audience at Maratha Mandir.
SRK Says Good Bye
SRK bids a good bye to his fans at the theatre.
"Bade bade shehron mein aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti
hain. Dilwale se Chennai tak. Humbled at Maratha Mandir," Shahrukh
Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
Maratha Mandir still screens Shahrukh Khan's 1995 blockbuster
Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, that still runs packed