Saif feedback on SRK not signing his subsequent movie& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Shah Rukh Khan’s final movie, Zero launched in December 2018 and ever since, the famous person hasn’t signed any movie. Although he has been linked to many forthcoming initiatives together with Atlee’s movie, Rajkumar Hirani’s subsequent, a movie with Sanjay Leela Bhansali amongst others, the actor hasn’t made an official announcement on the identical, as but. Many suspect that the explanation behind SRK’s lengthy hole from the films has to do with Zero’s debacle on the field workplace. Even SRK was quoted saying in a number of interviews how he consiciously wished to take a while off to introspect his profession, learn extra scripts and solely signal a movie when he is totally satisfied and prepared.
Well, throughout India Today’s E-Conclave session that was held not too long ago, Saif Ali Khan commented on his understanding of Shah Rukh Khan’s profession graph and why he thinks SRK is at present in a fairly ‘difficult’ scenario. While he respects Shah Rukh for his unimaginable motion pictures and all that he is achieved thus far, he feels the viewers has made him ‘synonymous’ with a sure period which is why he’s now dealing with it powerful to interrupt the picture and re-adjust. Well, from what we will make out from Saif’s quote, he feels SRK needs to experiment and do difficult roles however as a result of his followers affiliate him with a sure character, he tends to fail each time he tries to do one thing new.
“SRK, if he is finding a little bit of a tricky time on which film to do or how to be seen, I don’t know I was thinking about it the other day. Maybe he is so strongly identified with a certain era and becoming the face of Bollywood, on many different platforms. So he has become synonymous with a certain era and when that era passes, you probably need to re-adjust. But he, like all of them, are amazing survivors”, stated Saif additional referring to all of the superstars together with Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn as he added, “You can’t write anybody off. There are good times, bad times all up and down and they have seen it all and there is a particular resilience to a ’90s actor. It’s just a question of finding that right project. Again, I hesitate to say that because they are my seniors and have achieved much more than me.”
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