Watch the teaser of Shah Rukh Khan's 'Fan'
Shah Rukh Khan is seen playing the role of both a superstar and his fan in the teaser of his upcoming film 'Fan'. The one-minute-and-three-seconds clip, offers a glimpse into the lives of the superstar and his biggest fan, Gaurav, in the film.
Watch the teaser of 'Fan'
"Hey @yrf @FanTheFilm banaya, bada mazaa aaya" #FanApril15 @iamsrk," Shah Rukh, 49, posted on Twitter along side the link of the teaser.
As soon as the teaser was released, #FanApril15 became one of the most trending topics on Twitter.
While Shah Rukh is seen doing his signature arms open pose, melting the hearts of the fans all around the world, Gaurav, a resident of Inder Vihar DDA Colony impersonates the superstar during a performance in front of the crowd in his home town in Delhi.
"Hope you all enjoy the teaser of Fan," SRK later posted.
The film is helmed by the 'Band Baaja Baaraat' director Maneesh Sharma, and produced by Aditya Chopra.
'Fan' was slated to release on Independence Day this year, but got delayed due to the ongoing work on the VFX effects that will be seen in the film. The film will now hit the screens on April 15, 2016.
Buzz is that SRK will be seen playing a double role in 'Fan'. The film also stars model Waluscha De Sousa, and Shriya Pilgaonkar, the daughter of Sachin and Supriya Pilgaonkar.
(With inputs from PTI)
Mystery behind the graffiti on walls of SRK's bungalow Mannat solved!
Graffiti on walls of SRK's bungalow Mannat became the talk of the town on Wednesday. Shah Rukh even took to Twitter to express his 'shock' over the incident. (Read more)
Graffiti on walls of SRK's bungalow Mannat in Bandra, Mumbai. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar
Rumours were rife that the graffiti was merely a promotional tactic for the film 'Fan'. And now, with the release of the teaser, that's what seems to be the case.
Towards the end of the teaser, a voice over says, "Aa gaya Gaurav" and the graffiti was signed "Gaurav". Moreover, 'Fan' is slated for release on April 15, 2016 and a message saying "c u on 15th" was painted on the walls.
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