My Name Is Khan to be Screened in San Francisco, as a Tribute to SRK

My Name Is Khan to be Screened in San Francisco, as a Tribute to SRK

Shah Rukh Khan has more than 24 million followers on Twitter; his popularity is world-wide. His fans are across the Globe that too from all age-group. He will join the audience for the interview with Brett Ratner at the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF) which will be live streamed on Twitter. It’s a tribute to the actor, whose “My Name Is Khan” will be screened in San Francisco on Friday. My Name Is Khan is a 2010 Indian thriller drama film which was directed by Karan Johar starring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in the lead roles. The film was jointly produced by Dharma Productions and Red Chillies Entertainment. It was the most expensive Bollywood film of 2010 and was a great hit. Earlier, My Name Is Khan was screened as a part of 60th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2010.

It will be a live conversation utilising Twitter polls and questions from the Twitter audience using the hashtag #SRKSFFILM, providing an opportunity to his fans to participate and connect with him from anywhere in the world.

SRK 2017 Projects

Shah Rukh Khan started 2017 with Raees, which became the year’s first film to enter the 100-crore club. King Khan is currently busy shooting for Imtiaz Ali’s film opposite Anushka Sharma, as per reports SRK is playing a guide in the untitled film. After Imtiaz’s film, he will be kicking off Anand L Rai’s next, in which Shah Rukh will play a dwarf. The search for the film’s leading lady is still on as Deepika Padukone who was approached could not step forward for the project. SRK will also be seen in a cameo in Salman Khan’s Tubelight which is to release in Eid this year.