Shah Rukh Khan: Three decades ago when he came to the city of dreams Mumbai, Delhi’s Shah Rukh Khan never imagined becoming the king of the Hindi film industry and as the superstar saw the milestone on Saturday, he has gratitude for the people standing by. Him. Now 56-year-old Shah Rukh Khan made his acting debut with the television shows Fauji Aur Circus. He made his Bollywood debut in June 1992 with Deewana opposite Divya Bharti and veteran actor Rishi Kapoor.
In his first ever Instagram Live, the superstar took a trip down memory lane, detailing his journey to stardom, which began with a desire to act in five-seven films, if not many.
He said, “Looks like I started working only yesterday. I never thought that I will be there for 30 years. I came to Mumbai with the hope that I would be able to work for a year or two and would take 5-7 years.” I will do films.”
Shah Rukh Khan said that if things didn’t work out, there were plans to do some work in the film industry as cinema inspired him the most.
“I always thought that I would find a job in media or do something related to films, whether it was lighting the set up or sound assistant. I just love movies, so I always thought that if I don’t get the job an actor, I will go back to Mumbai to do some work on other people’s sets. Cinema inspires me and makes me happy.” After his successful debut with Deewana, Shah Rukh played the affable boy in Karisma, Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman and Kabhi Haan Kabhi Na before experimenting with gray characters in films like Baazigar, Darr and Anjaam.
She returned to romance with Aditya Chopra’s iconic film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, which established her as one of the top stars in the country. His other blockbuster movies are Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Devdas, Swades, Chak De! India, Main Hoon Na, My Name is Khan and Chennai Express.
Shah Rukh Khan said that he loves the process of making films and it is his endeavor to do something new every time.
“It’s not about an amazing scene or killing it… the main effort is to try something new in the format of a commercial film. It’s lovely to celebrate 30 years on a film set. Tomorrow I Went on the set at around 4:30 and shot till 8:30 in the morning. To celebrate 30 years of my career in the film industry with a 15-hour day, I think that was the most satisfying part ” The superstar’s last big screen release was 2018’s Zero, which did not live up to the expectations. During the live session, Khan revealed that he “stopped enjoying” his work as an artist four years ago and decided to take a break.
“The process of filmmaking is most important to me. 90 percent of my work is that I enjoy the process of being an actor. Four years ago I stopped enjoying so I didn’t work for years. And it’s 10 percent — — hopefully everybody likes it because everybody works very hard.” Khan is now making a comeback on screen with action film “Pathan”, which is due out in January 2023, and is already shooting for two more feature projects – Dunki Aur Jawan.
“I find it extremely exciting to just go on sets and create something that I know can finally make someone smile. Can touch someone’s life and make a difference in someone’s day or even a moment.
He said, “And if I can bring that moment of change in your mood in a positive way, it drives me forward. Even the smallest thing I do, I get very happy to wake up in the morning, to be on the set.” it occurs.”
Comparing the life of an actor to that of an athlete, the superstar said that success and failure are part of the game, but no one stops trying.
“फिल्म”Filmmaking is like a 100-meter run. You train for 2-3 years. Some days you break world records. Some days, you slow down the block. Some days halfway through, you’ll have cramps. A few days ago the finish line someone pinched you. Production is like a 100 meter race. You train for 2-3 years. Some days you break world records. Some days, you slow down the block. Some days halfway through, you get cramps. A few days ago the finish line someone pinches you.
“So you try your best and you prepare your best for it but you don’t know what can go wrong within that 10 seconds. The effort is always to put your best foot forward in a race and hope that it should work for all.” Khan said that the whole concept of working for him is to believe that the film he is making at the moment is “the best thing I am doing”.
“That’s the only way you can keep working for 30 years without getting bored, tired or frustrated,” he said.
Yash Raj Films on Saturday released Khan’s first look from Pathan to celebrate the actor’s 30 years in cinema.