Anubhav Sinha On Shah Rukh Khan Ra One: Bollywood director Anubhav Sinha has recently told that at one point of time the entire industry wanted Shah Rukh Khan to fail. He has mentioned King Khan’s film Ravana.
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Anubhav Sinha On Shah Rukh Khan: Anubhav Sinha Is counted among the best film directors of the industry. He is known for making realistic films. He did the film in the year 2001 Without you He made his debut as a director and writer, after which he gave many great films like Mulk, Article 15 and many more.
Anubhav Sinha is in discussion these days about his new film Crowd, which is based on the first lockdown in the country in the year 2020. There are stars like Rajkumar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Ashutosh Rana, Diya Mirza, Pankaj Kapoor in this film. Anubhav Sinha along with Starcast is busy promoting the film which is going to release on March 24. Meanwhile, in an interview, he has made a disclosure about Shahrukh Khan.
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Industry wants Shahrukh Khan to fail
Regarding his film Tum Bin 2, Anubhav Sinha said that the film was a failure but he thought that he would make a film for the man he is and then return to his personal life. During this, he also mentioned Shah Rukh Khan’s film Ravana and said that today that film is a hit, but when it was released, it was called a flop. Anubhav Sinha said, “There was a time when the entire industry wanted Shah Rukh Khan to fail because they could not deal with that size.”
Let me tell you, Ravana was a sci-fi action film, in which stars like Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Rampal were seen apart from Shah Rukh Khan. At the same time, actor Armaan Verma played the role of Shahrukh’s son. The director of this film was done by Anubhav Sinha. This film was released in 2011 and at that time only great VFX were seen in this film.
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