Shah Rukh Khan talks about winning a National Award and an Oscar

Bollywood: Last seen in Aanand L Rai’s Zero, Shah Rukh Khan is one of the biggest and most loved stars in the Hindi film industry. The superstar started his film journey with Deewana in 1992 and has been working in the movie business for 27 years now. After having achieved so much, one would have thought he has nothing left to wish but the actor recently shared in an interview that he wishes to get a National Award someday.
In his recent interaction with a daily, the actor was asked to comment on his previous statement. Talking about the same, Shah Rukh Khan said, “That was a joke. To be honest, muje koi regret nahi hai. I am a very simple, down-to-earth person. Yes, vis-a-vis my achievements, I am extremely ambitious but in a fair manner. If I don’t get an award, that award is at loss.”
The superstar further added, “Kabhi kabhi award ki prestige bhi badh jaati hai agar mujhe mile toh. That was a joke but on a serious note, I feel I don’t do films where there’s enough space to get ‘artistic’. Personally though, I think I have tried to get a lot of ‘art’ into commercial cinema.”
Further speaking about if not winning National Award bothers him, SRK said, “I am fine, but having said that, why not have that also? Ek Oscar aur ek National Award aa jaaye toh accha lagega, sab complete ho jayega,”
On the work front, Shah Rukh Khan will now be seen in Farhan Akhtar’s Don 3. The film will reportedly go on floors by year-end or early 2020.

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