The Shiv Sena party has threatened to disturb the release of Shahrukh Khan's My Name is Khan following the actor's support for the Pakistani cricket players at the IPL but the film is set to go places. The good news is that, My Name is Khan will be premiered at the 60th annual Berlin International Film Festival.
The film will have a star-studded screening at one of the oldest film festivals in the world starting February 11-21. The organisers have presented the official list of 26 films for the festival, out of which 20 films would be competing for the Golden Bear award. However, My Name is Khan is not going to compete for the award. The festival will also witness the premiere of Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer.
Karan Johar's film starring Shahrukh Khan and Kajol is set for release in India and 40 other countries on February 12. The hit pair is coming together after 8 years. The film is all about a man going to the US to win back his love.