Shah Rukh Khan, often known as ‘King Khan’ or ‘SRK’, staged a remarkable comeback with blockbuster films like ‘Pathaan’ and ‘Jawan’. However, his recent film ‘Dunki’, directed by the renowned filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani, failed to capture the audience’s attention and fell short of expectations. Recent reports indicate that SRK has turned down an offer from the acclaimed filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali for a romantic comedy titled ‘Inshallah’.
‘Inshallah’ has been in development for an extended period, with Bhansali attempting to bring it to life. He reportedly initiated discussions with SRK over the past few months to revive the project. Initially interested, SRK eventually opted to decline the offer.
Sources suggest that SRK’s decision is driven by his eagerness to step away from romantic entertainers. Extensive Sources suggest that SRK’s decision is driven by his eagerness to step away from romantic entertainers. SRK has an extensive body of work in the romantic genre, he feels it’s time to explore new avenues and challenge himself with diverse roles.
Presently he is involved in an extended cameo appearance in Sujoy Ghosh‘s upcoming film, ‘The King’ which features his daughter Suhana Khan in the lead role. This project holds significance for SRK as it marks Suhana’s debut in the acting realm.
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