Shahrukh Khan watches KAL HO NAA HO for first time; moves into tears
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan's super hit film KAL HO NAA HO is about to complete a decade in the film industry. It released 10 years back and was immensely successful and one of the highest grossing films of the year. But strangely, Shahrukh Khan, whose film KAL HO NAA HO won two National Awards and 7 Filmfare awards, never had the opportunity to watch the movie entirely. It was only recently when he could make some time, after his Temptations Reloaded Tour, to catch up one of his most revered films - KAL HO NAA HO.
KAL HO NAA HO, a Bollywood romantic comedy-drama, was directed by the then debutante director Nikhil Advani and produced by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions. Besides Shahrukh Khan, the movie also starred Saif Ali Khan, Preity Zinta and Jaya Bachchan.
Quite surprisingly the weepie, which had left everyone moist-eyed when it came, also moved the superstar. The Badshah of Bollywood, whose movies have always touched the heart-chords, was in tears while watching the movie with his daughter Suhana Khan.
"Watched kal ho na ho...with the full end first time with daughter. Uff...how much we cried...though its kinda silly to cry in ur own film!!" SRK posted about the same on his micro-blogging site.
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