Shah Rukh Khan to return to the silver screen as Don once again but this time with a major twist in the character!

Share this News:

New Delhi, 23rd April 2024: Director and actor Farhan Akhtar’s announcement of Don 3 with Ranveer Singh had disappointed many fans. After the success of Don 1 and Don 2, fans wanted Shah Rukh Khan to reprise the role of Don in the film. However, the makers have dashed all those hopes. While the makers might have let the fans down, it’s unlikely that Bollywood’s king, Shah Rukh Khan, would disappoint his fans. Shah Rukh Khan is gearing up to return to the big screen as Don once again but this time with a major twist in the story and character.

Fans are quite excited about Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film. Recently, there was news that for the first time, the King Khan will share screen space with his daughter Suhana Khan. According to reports from entertainment portal Pinkvilla, Shah Rukh Khan will be reprising his role as ‘Don’ in the upcoming film ‘King’, showcasing his grey shade once again to the audience. It’s said that ‘King’ is one of Shah Rukh Khan’s biggest projects, with the actor discussing every detail with directors Sujoy Ghosh and Siddharth Anand. The makers are preparing a fantastic and powerful role filled with attitude and swagger for Shah Rukh Khan alongside his grey shades. The report also claims that Shah Rukh Khan will have long hair and a light beard in the film. The makers are preparing to completely astonish their audience with his new look. According to the reports, the shooting for this film will commence in September this year. The preparations for the film are in full swing, with discussions on how the characters will be portrayed. While the director of ‘Pathan’, Siddharth Anand, is focusing on Shah Rukh Khan and Suhana Khan’s action sequences in ‘King’, Sujoy Ghosh is busy crafting powerful dialogues for the film.

Last year was quite successful for Shah Rukh Khan, with his two films, ‘Pathan’ and ‘Jawaan’, creating history at the box office, a feat that no film has been able to surpass so far.