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Shah Rukh Khan’s Song From New Film ‘Dunki’ finishes; Song Features Vicky Kaushal Along With SRK

Reports suggest that SRK has finished shooting a song sequence from Rajkumar Hirani’s new film ‘Dunki’.
by Abdul Azeez | May 14, 2022 13:13 IST
Shah Rukh Khan’s Song From New Film ‘Dunki’ finishes; Song Features Vicky Kaushal Along With SRK

Legendary actor Shah Rukh Khan, India's one of the favorite hero never fails to entertain his audience. In the recent news, Shah Rukh’s new film ‘Dunki’ has started filming. The star has finished shooting a song sequence from the film. The song from Rajkumar Hirani’s new film features Vicky Kaushal alongside Shah Rukh khan.

 
Reports suggest that the song is a massive entertainer with Shah Rukh’s unique dance steps. The song’s shooting featuring Shah Rukh and Vicky Kaushal went on for four days in a Mumbai studio.
 
A report in Pinkvilla suggests that the makers have already planned to move the shooting to London and Budapest. The team, with Shah Rukh and Rajkumar Hirani, will fly to London in July.
 
Apart from SRK and Vicky Kushal, the film will also feature Tapsee Pannu in a lead role. This is the first time Shah Rukh, Vicky, and Tapsee have come together for a film.
 
Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan’s other video is going viral on social media for a different reason. Fans have shared an old video of Shah Rukh saying he is not talented enough for Hollywood that is going viral on social media. SRK fans dug up the video in relation to the recent Mahesh Babu controversy. Mahesh Babu has made a controversial comment saying he is not taking any Bollywood films because Bollywood cannot afford him.
 
In Shah Rukh’s video, the actor tells the media; "If they give me a role of a dumb person who doesn't speak, maybe. I am not trying to be modest but I am 42 years old, I am little brown, and I don't have any special USP as an actor. I don't know Kung fu, I don't dance the Latin salsa, I am not tall enough. I think anyone who is my age in the western world, I have seen recent films of Europe, films of what you call ‘the dream factory’, I think there is no space for me. There is no place for me because I don't think I am that talented."


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