Shahrukh Khan is India's most loved actor and has a huge fan following.. Recently, some fans went to meet SRK on the sets of Raees and he made their day by posing with them. Also Shahrukh's co-star in the movie Mahira Khan too, posed with her fans.
Shahrukh Khan's film Raees is a story of a cruel and clever bootlegger who gets in trouble when a brave cop starts chasing him. In the film, Shahrukh plays an underworld don and Pakistani actress Mahira Khan plays his wife.
Superstar Shahrukh Khan, who is busy in the shooting of Raees these days, specially took out some time for his die-hard fans.
The shooting of Raees is almost finished and Shahrukh will soon start promoting the movie.
(In Pic-Shahrukh Khan posing with his little fan)
Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, who is playing Shahrukh Khan's wife in Raees, also posed with her fans on the sets of Raees.
Shahrukh Khan has two big releases this year-Raees and Fan. Both The movies are highly awaited.
(In Pic-Shahrukh Khan posing with his fans)
Raees 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 cruel and clever bootlegger Abdul Latif (Shahrukh Khan).
Shahrukh Khan is all set to surprise his fans by playing a totally different role in Raees.
(In Pic-Shahrukh Khan clicked on the sets of Raees)
Shahrukh Khan says that he has not done this kind of role, in his life.
(In Pic-Shahrukh Khan clicked by the paparazzi on Raees's sets)
SRK's Raees is also in news beacuse of its big clash with Salman Khan's Sultan on Eid 2016. Recent reports suggest that Salman Khan might shift the date of Sultan.
When a leading website asked Shahrukh Khan about the box office clash, he said, "Yeah, I guess we (Raees) could shift. But I don't know the readiness of Sultan. Raees will be ready in January. Plus, they all are friends - Adi (Aditya Chopra), Salman (Khan), Ali (Abbas Zafar), I know them all.''
Shahrukh Khan further added, ''So, if mutually we all can figure out a date where one of us goes a week up or down, we might! Or we might not! Again I feel both the film are different genres and so they might not be too difficult to handle on a good weekend like the December 25, Diwali or Eid - they are good weekends.''
''They are good cinema tickets, so you can put in two films, of course the business gets divided, but it kind of comes back to normalcy," he added.