Shahrukh Khan's Raees is one of the most awaited films of the year 2016. The movie is about Prohibition of alcohol in Gujarat and SRK is playing the role of a bootlegger in Raees. We bring to you some leaked pictures of King Khan from the sets of the movie.
Shahrukh Khan is all set to surprise his fans by playing a totally different role in Raees. When the actor was asked what made him choose such film by a leading daily, he said, '' I don't choose films for the sake of films. I choose them based on what state of mind I am in at that point. As an actor, I don't think any film is different. Everything is big, the scale is huge and everything is larger-than-life.''
Click Below To See Shahrukh's Leaked Pictures From Raees's Sets
Superstar Shahrukh Kha has two big releases this year, Raees and Fan. Shahrukh is playing the role of a bootlegger in Raees.
(In Pic-Shahrukh Khan)
The King of Bollywood, Shahrukh Khan was clicked by the paparazzi recently while shooting for a scene for his upcoming film Raees.
Shahrukh Khan snapped on the sets of his film Raees. Pakistani actress Mahira Khan is playing the role of SRK's love interest in the movie.
The film is directed by Rahul Dholakia and produced by Ritesh Sidhwani, Gauri Khan and Farhan Akhtar under the banners of Red Chillies Entertainment and Excel Entertainment.
Shahrukh Khan's Raees is set in 1980s Gujarat. It tells the story of the eponymous cruel and clever bootlegger Abdul Latif (Shahrukh Khan).
(In Pic-Raees's poster)
Shahrukh Khan further added, ''To me, acting in a film like this is exactly the same to acting in a Chak De, Swades or a Dilwale! Raees is a very earthy role. I am a very urban actor but Rahul Dholakia could think of me in the earthy role. It simply is something I have not done before.''
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Shahrukh Khan Raees is releasing on Eid. There are reports that Salman Khan, whose movie was also releasing with Raees, is planning to postpone the date of Sultan. When Shahrukh was asked to comment on the big clash in the past, he had said, ''There is no issue. Let them also release. It's very simple, their distribution and production offices feel their film should release on Eid, while my distribution office feels that ours is designed for Eid. So, we both have decided (to release the films on the same date), but there's no clash the way it's being made out to be."