Nobody could recreate the magic of ‘DDLJ’: Shah Rukh Khan

Jul 24, 2012

Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan says that nobody can recreate the magic of his most iconic romantic film, Dilwale Dhulaniya Le Jayenge.

The 46-year-old actor made the statement at a promotional event of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's upcoming home production Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi, where leading actors Farah Khan and Boman Irani recreated the magic of Simran and Raj of 'DDLJ' in a poster.


Shah Rukh had come to unveil the third poster of the romantic comedy, directed by Bhansali's sister Bela Sehgal, which portrayed Boman dressed up as SRK and Farah as Kajol from the 1995 movie.

"I have seen spoofs of all movies created by others, but I never thought anyone would think of making a spoof on 'DDLJ'," Shah Rukh told reporters here, at the music launch of 'Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi'.

"I think love can happen at any age. It has no age. There is no right time and right place for love. It can happen any time," Shah Rukh said.

Farah and SRK, who came together on the same platform after a controversial show down earlier this year, seemed very comfortable and couldn't stop praising each other.

When Farah made her third film, Tees Maar Khan without Shah Rukh, rumors mills were abuzz that all is not well between the two. It was also in the beginning of this year, when SRK had a fallout with Farah's husband Shirish Kunder at a party thrown by Sanjay Dutt.

"Farah is one of the most finest and talented directors we have with us. I thank her for giving me some of the nicest moments in her films," Shah Rukh said.


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