Superstar Shahrukh Khan, whose movie My Name Is Khan clocked seven years recently since its release, feels sad that the film's plot about the plight of Muslims in the US after 9/11 is still relevant in present times.
The 2010 drama film, which also featured actress Kajol, told the story about Rizvan Khan, who embarks on a journey to meet the US President after his son's killing and attempts to change people's perception about religion.
It Is Kinda Sad
Shahrukh tweeted, "It's kinda sad too that My Name Is Khan is still relevant. But thanks Karan (Johar), Ravi, Kajol, SEL Shibani Niranjan Deepa Jimmy and all cast/crew for a special film."
Was It For Donald Trump?
The actor's message, it seems, hints at US President Donald
Trump's controversial executive order to temporarily bar entry into
the US to refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority nations.
The order suspends for 120 days the entry of all refugees and the
issuing of visas for 90 days for citizens from seven countries --
Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Iran -- until new
mechanisms can be put in place to screen them more
Karan Johar Thanked SRK
Karan, who helmed the film, thanked Shahrukh, who essayed the
role of Rizwan Khan in the film."Thank you Rizvan for spreading
your love, your message, your innocence... Seven years of My Name
Is Khan," Karan tweeted.
Paulo Coehlo Too Praised The Movie
Brazlian author Paulo Coelho, who is popular for his thought
provoking literary works, also congratulated Shahrukh. Coehlo on
took to Twitter, where he shared a screenshot of one of his
previous tweets which mentioned that Shahrukh deserved an Oscar for
his work if Hollywood was not manipulated.
"'My Name Is Khan' and I am not a terrorist' Congratulations SRK
for the seventh anniversary of this wonderful movie!."
Paulo Coehlo further added, ''His first and (only movie) I watched (this year, even it was released in 2008) was 'My Name Is Khan'. And not only the movie was excellent, but SRK deserved an Oscar if Hollywood was not manipulated. He kindly offered to send the other titles -- As you probably guess, it is not easy to find them in Switzerland." With inputs from IANS.