Aanand L Rai is all praises for SRK who plays a midget role in his directorial movie Zero

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Shah Rukh Khan who will be next seen playing the midget character in the movie Zero where the actor will be truly showing great diversion with his role. This movie is directed by great director Aanand L Rai who has shown his directing skills with the movies like Tanu Weds Manu and Raanjhana.

Zero includes same star cast of the movie Jab Tak Hai Jaan, where Katrina Kaif will be playing the role of a puzzled and troubled actress and Anushka Sharma who will play the character of a Scientist. Along with them, Zero will also be joined up by Abhay Deol and R Madhavan and actresses, Kajol, Rani Mukerji, and Karisma Kapoor.

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Aanand L Rai, the director is presently busy in the post-production of the movie. In a conversation with the midday, Aanand was all praises for his leading man and stated that working with Khan was sheer joy, given their shared love for cinema. Calling Shah Rukh a tremendous actor, the filmmaker stated that he is a dedicated artist who made him work even harder. Aanand also confessed that while sitting with Shah-Rukh, we used to discuss every minute details of the shots.

In a post on the social media, he expressed his views for Shah-Rukh Khan whom he thinks is the right choice for the role.

“The film and Khan saab surprised me. When I saw it recently, I wondered how I managed it. Zero was tough for me as a director, but even more so for Khan saab. This is his toughest role. It drained him physically and mentally. He could not afford to slip even for a second.”

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On a further note to this movie, it is visible that till now this role of King Khan is going to be the toughest role in his entire Bollywood life. The movie is over to release on 21st December 2018 and the anticipation among the audience is driving up to see Shah-Rukh acting up like a dwarf.

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Published by Shifa Naz on 03 Oct 2018

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