Shah Rukh Khan greets fans with New Year wish: 'See you all on the big screen in 2021'
Shah Rukh Khan posted a video on his Instagram account and said he is looking forward to entertaining audiences in cinema halls in 2021
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan may not have officially announced his next movie project but on Saturday the actor assured his fans that they will get to see him on the big screen this year.
Extending New Year's wishes to his fans, the 55-year-old star, who was last seen in 2018's Zero, posted an over-three-minute-long video on his Instagram account and said he is looking forward to entertaining the audience in cinema halls.
"I am late in conveying my wishes to all of you and I am sure everyone will agree 2020 has been the worst year for everybody. And in this awful times it is difficult to find a ray of hope, positivity. But I have a way of looking at bad, difficult days, awful years.
"I believe when one is at their lowest, bottomest of their life, the good thing is from here there is only one way to move that is upwards, higher and better places, (sic)" Khan said.
The actor, who started shooting for his next film (to be helmed by War director Siddharth Anand) in November last year, wished a bigger, better, and brighter year to everyone.
The film reportedly titled Pathan, is billed as an action-thriller. It is produced by Yash Raj Films.
"See you all on the big screen in 2021," he concluded his message, without divulging details about his slate of upcoming films.
According to reports, the star is in talks with Rajkumar Hirani for a social comedy, South filmmaker Atlee for a potboiler, and Bharat director Ali Abbas Zafar and director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK of The Family Man fame for separate films.
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