FAN Trailer Launch: 5 Secrets about SRK’s FAN
And Finally the Theatrical Fan Trailer of Shah Rukh Khan’s most talked film this year has been launched yesterday! Earlier when I looked at the trailer I was little bit confused that what can be the thriller in this kind of film, but the final cut of the FAN trailer is totally mind-blowing. By the story and visuals, Maneesh Sharma the director of the movie FAN is damn tricky!
ONCE IN FOUR YEARS a date like 29th February arrives…
ONCE IN A DECADE a trailer like FAN is unveiled…
ONCE IN A LIFE TIME gates of the Yash Raj Films – YRF open for FANS!
FAN TRAILER LAUNCHED!
Watching the trailer of FAN repeatedly, I think I am already obsessed with it. One of the best trailer in recent times, and it is going to be the most unorthodox film in SRK’s carrier…
Initially I thought it would be something very sweet, melodious kind of a film describing the relation between a#FAN and a star but this is something truly surprising can’t wait to watch the film.
However, the FAN trailer launch was much more than just a celebratory event. King Khan doled out few secrets about FAN.
“I’m not like any of the characters that I’ve played in the last 25 years,” SRK said.
“I shot the Jabra song while I was injured”, revealed Shah Rukh Khan.
Sharukh Khan said, “The film isn’t just about a Fan but also about a misunderstood superstar.”
“This is the first film where I haven’t done my signature step,” revealed King Khan.
SRK even said, “Everybody related to the film remembered the dialect of Delhi and they helped me a lot.”
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, whose remarks on intolerance had kicked up a political storm last year, said freedom of speech also means the right to be silent. He was speaking at the trailer launch of his upcoming movie ‘Fan’ here.
When asked about his experience after his remarks on intolerance, Shah Rukh said, “When I would watch Mumbai Indians’ match against KKR, the only one appeal I would make is ‘Out’… I am not getting into this. Freedom of speech means the right to keep silent also. I am very silent about this.”
On his 50th birthday in November last year, Shah Rukh had said there was “extreme intolerance” in the country. “There is intolerance, there is extreme intolerance… There is I think… There is growing intolerance,” he had said.
However, his remarks kicked up a controversy with several BJP members criticising him. His film ‘Dilwale’ also faced demonstrations in parts of the country.
However, the actor had later claimed that he never said India is intolerant and that his words were misconstrued.