Shah Rukh Khan’s recent brawl at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai, has led many to believe that the star’s star appeal is quick fading out and if it remains like this, then Shah Rukh Khan the superstar will turn out to be a fading one instead. Well here are a few reasons he might be frustrated due to: the not so super performance of any of his previous releases, his rivals Aamir Khan and Salman Khan, doing far better business at the BO than him, though for most of his career they had been lesser stars, and the fact that every small error of him finds huge spaces in next morning’s newspapers and media alike.
To make matters worse, RA.One was panned globally for not being penned properly, and Shah Rukh’s My Name Is Khan was the only major release which somehow managed to find it’s way into people’s heart, though most of the Indian audience didn’t like it. Now what do we need: the superstar must comeback with a huge bang, with YRF’s next, which he is filming with rival and former friend Salman’s girlfriend Katrina Kaif and another project titled Chennai Express.
This is a man who made it all by himself, without any of the godmothers or godfathers in the industry, unlike the other Khans who dare lampoon Shah Rukh despite having found a foothold in the industry only because of their connections. And that’s why Shah Rukh Khan will always rule the hearts of his countless fans, who’ll love him no matter what and no matter how much business Salman Khan’s brainless capers make at the BO or the hollow activism of Aamir Khan grabs headlines, there will always be one honest star who’ll continue to rule the roost on his own. For he’s pure entertainment, which every Indian cine-goer unabashedly or secretly craves for. Who else could have acted with his Adam’s apple like SRK did in Mohabbatein? There’s no one like him, and there won;t even be. Now Over to the superstar’s pending blockbuster. Amen!