Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan is bowled over by recently-released Tamil movie Arrambam. He has reportedly seen the trailer of the flick and has asked for a special screening of the Ajith Kumar starrer flick.
The news on Shahrukh Khan watching the trailer was revealed by
director Vishnuvardhan himself.
The filmmaker, who is in Mumbai, met the Bollywood actor during the
shooting of forthcoming Hindi movie Happy New
It has to be noted that Vishnuvardhan was the associate director
of Santhosh Sivan in the King Khan starrer Asoka way back
in 2001. In the Hindi flick, Ajith Kumar had done a negative role.
Shahrukh Khan and Vishnu recalled the Asoka days during
their meet recently, claims the director.
Vishnuvardhan posts, "Met up with SRK, loved catching up and
remembering "Asoka" days. He loved the "Arrambam" trailer. Cheers
guys." His tweet was grandly welcomed by Ajith Kumar's fans and he
was bombarded with congratulatory messages from his
The director has also posted a picture in which Vishnuvardhan
and Shahrukh Khan are seen. He was asked a lots of questions from
his followers. Many suggested him to tell Shahrukh that Vishnu had
remade Don as Billa with Ajith Kumar in the lead.
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Vishnu Signed Off
Vishnuvardhan signed off from Twitter after posting the
latest status. He did not answer any question asked by his
Vishnu Thanked Ajith
Well, a few days before, Vishnuvardhan had thanked Ajith
Kumar for acting in Arrambam. He had also praised his team
Vishnu Praises His Team
Vishnu wrote, "Thala always believed in me. That's a lot
of pressure to stand up to it. Thanx to the whole cast and crew for
making it a Blockbuster."
Vishnu's Special Thanks For Fans
"Thank you all for your great support and love on
Arrambam. I keep reading all the tweets and go to bed with
a smile," Vishnuvardhan also thanked fans on
Arrambam, Biggest Hit
Arrambam has become one of the biggest hits of
2013. The movie is racing towards the 100-crore-mark at the Tamil
Arrambam stars Ajith Kumar, Nayantara, Arya and
Taapsee in the lead roles. Mahesh Manjrekar, Kishore, Akshara Gowda
and Atul Kulkarni were seen in the supporting cast. It has Yuvan
Shankar Raja's music and Om Prakash's
There are chances of Arrambam being remade in
other languages. But nothing has been confirmed