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IN Celebrities ON 23 Nov, 2016
It's hard to bring Shah Rukh Khan in a frame and assure that he is not clouding everyone else around him. Right?
He knows how exactly to woo women and make them love him instantly.
No doubt, Shah Rukh holds a lot of respect for ladies, and his nature directly shows it. And, this time his director (Gauri Shinde) and co-star (Alia Bhatt) of the upcoming movie 'Dear Zindagi' came under his 'praising umbrella.'
Check out his statement about working with women!
Dear Zindagi is not the first time when Shah Rukh worked with a lady director, but might be his previous experience made him feel, why working with women is somewhat gratifying.
Shah Rukh has significant acumens on why ladies perceive and are capable of emoting higher.
Shah Rukh says,"I've always enjoyed making films with women directors. I think their sensibility is a little effeminate. I used this word because I see men around who are like that, perhaps including myself."
Shah Rukh says,"You don't need to be effeminate physically, it's just the sensitivity that's there. I have been brought up that way, and I believe that the harshest and toughest women have the gentlest of hearts."
Shah Rukh said, "The approach is different. There's a lot of difference when you're working with women. Apart from creativity, the atmosphere on the sets is also different."
Shah Rukh added, "I am more comfortable working with female directors. Of course, I have worked with directors, who are action directors which are cool but I think, I am more comfortable working with female directors."
Shah Rukh said that he could be a babe within the groves when it comes to onscreen romance, however, can't do the identical offscreen. Do you know what this depicts? Simple that, his theory of romance is antithetical from what he portrays in his films. Did you know that?
Shah Rukh said, "This is not a film about women, it could be about anyone. We deal with relationships every day, with friends, parents, boyfriends. I think we are dealing with such issues, a woman feels it more and can express it."
The expected Jug-of-life film has prompted cinema buffs to sit up and take intimation of it. Not only because Shah Rukh and Alia are sharing the screen first time, but also writer-director Gauri Shinde's second venture after critically lauded 'English Vinglish.'
What are your views? Would this pair be able to steal the thunder? Let us know by your comments.
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