Paulo Coelho responded to a video shared by Shah Rukh Khan thanking his fans.
He brought the 2010 film My Name Is Khan which he shared was one of the actor’s best performances.
Paulo urged his followers to check out the film.
Shah Rukh Khan was singled out by author Paulo Coelho on Twitter for praise following the enormous success of the actor’s most recent movie, Pathaan. The actor thanked his followers in a video that he released, thanking them for gathering outside his Mumbai home, Mannat. The Brazilian author reacted. He showed the 2010 movie My Name Is Khan, which he claimed featured one of the actor’s best performances. Paulo advised his fans to see the movie.
Paulo commented on Twitter to a video Shah Rukh posted of his supporters congregating in front of his Mumbai home. He noted: “King. Legend . Friend. But above all, GREAT ACTOR (I definitely recommend “My name is Khan- and I am not a terrorist” for those who are unfamiliar with him in the West).” One fan replied, “Wooww… what a way to present him to people who are unfamiliar.” Paulo thank you guy you always stand with our king srk loads and lots of love (red heart emojis),” one person commented.
King. Legend . Friend. But above all GREAT ACTOR ( for those who don’t know him in the West, I strongly suggest “My name is Khan- and I am not a terrorist”) https://t.co/fka54F1ycc
The author has already given accolades to Shah Rukh for his role in My Name Is Khan. Paulo congratulated Shah Rukh on the seventh anniversary of the movie in 2017 via Twitter. His first (and only) movie I watched this year, even though it was released in 2008, was My Name is Khan, according to a screenshot he posted from a Facebook post. Additionally, SRK deserved an Oscar if Hollywood hadn’t been conned. The film was amazing. Since it is difficult to find them in Switzerland, he graciously offered to send the other titles.
The actor had responded to Paulo by saying, “Gratitude to you. My goal for my next trip is to try to meet you in person. health and love to you.” The actor played Rizwan, an autistic man who wants to meet the US President after the murder of his stepson, in the film My Name Is Khan, which also saw the reunion of Shah Rukh and Kajol. Being a Muslim in the US exposes him to prejudice, and he works to reassure everyone around him that he is not a terrorist. The movie was written by Shibani Bathija and Niranjan Iyengar and was directed by Karan Johar.
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