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Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan on Sunday said he celebrated 30 years in the industry by working round the clock to create more entertainment for his fans.
Shah Rukh Khan tweeted: "Thank u all for celebrating my 30 yrs with cakes & edits and all things nice. For me the best way to celebrate is to work round the clock today to create more entertainment. Love you all. "
Thank u all for celebrating my 30 yrs with cakes & edits and all things nice. For me the best way to celebrate is to work round the clock today to create more entertainment. Love you all. pic.twitter.com/8MIHuJLj8A— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) June 26, 2022
One of the most loved actors in India, Khan had commenced his career in showbiz in 1992 with the film "Deewana".
He has won the hearts of his fans with his performance in numerous popular Bollywood movies like "Dilwale Dulhania le Jayenge", "Dil To Pagal Hai", "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai".
Here comes Pathaan:
Yash Raj Films celebrated this special moment in cinema and his incredible journey by unveiling SRK’s intensely guarded look from his upcoming film Pathaan through a motion poster.
This move caught everyone by surprise because no one was prepared for this huge reveal and it created a frenzy on the internet.
In the motion poster that dropped today, a gun-flexing SRK looks gritty and raw and ready for a dangerous mission. The look created mass hysteria as soon as it dropped on the internet.
Besides Khan, Pathaan, which is part of Aditya Chopra’s spy universe, has actors Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in the lead.
Khan and Padukone, one of the biggest on-screen pairings given their blockbusters Om Shanti Om, Chennai Express, and Happy New Year, recently sizzled in Spain as leaked photos from the sets took the internet by storm.
The glamourous duo shot a hugely mounted song in Mallorca as SRK was papped flaunting an eight-pack and Padukone in her perfect bikini bod.
Pathaan is set to release on Jan 25, 2023, in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.
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