April 2019 Edition

If I don’t get an award, that award is at loss”: Shahrukh Khan

The king of Bollywood Shahrukh Khan is going through a down phase. Right after the movie Chennai Express, the actor failed to hit the 100-crore mark and did taste failures. Yet, the actor says that he has no regrets and when asked about winning National Awards, the actor said he is fine but it would be nice if he gets one to complete things.

In an interaction with Hindustan Times, the 53-year-old actor said, “To be honest, Mujhe 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.”

Shah Rukh 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, when asked if not getting a National award bothers him, the actor said that maybe he will get a National Award for a film that he would expect the least from. “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,” he added.

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