'I must have done something right'
Shah Rukh Khan says after spending 25 years in Bollywood, he feels he must have done something good to achieve the life he leads today. The actor took to Twitter where he announced that he was present at the inauguration of a new VFX unit of his production house Red Chillies Entertainment for the very first time.
"25 years in Mumbai, which have given me my life. For the first time at the opening of RC VFX new office. I felt, I must have done something right," Shah Rukh tweeted. The 51-year-old, who hails from Delhi, started his acting career with the television series 'Fauji' in the late 1980s. He made his debut in movies with Deewana in 1992.
The actor attained superstardom with Baazigar and the rest, as they say, is history. Since then, he has given blockbusters like Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Yes Boss, Devdas, Kal Ho Naa Ho, Chak De! India, Chennai Express and Dear Zindagi. Shah Rukh Khan also announced that he will also be attending the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF). He took to Twitter to share the news and said that he is excited to meet his friend filmmaker Brett Ratner.
"Honoured to be at at the 60th #SanFrancisco Int Film festival and looking forward to meeting my friend @BrettRatner. Also memories in SanFran," Shah Rukh tweeted. Ratner is one of the co-founders of RatPac-Dune Entertainment, a prolific film production and financing company. One of the oldest film festivals of the US, SFIFF gets underway on April 5, at the Castro Theatre with the '90s-set dramedy Landline, director Gillian Robespierre's follow-up to her praised indie Obvious Child.
The Green Fog, a San Francisco Fantasia, will bring the curtains down at the festival. SRK is currently busy filming director Imtiaz Ali's tentatively titled The Ring opposite actor Anushka Sharma.