Shah Rukh Khan’s latest tweet has made us very curious. The actor has been busy shooting for director Aanand L Rai’s Zero, where he is said to be playing a ‘vertically challenged’ person. He has been spending most of his time either shooting for the film or then being deeply involved in the VFX for the film. It is obvious that Zero is his ambitious project and he is loving and enjoying every bit of the making process. Also Read - Anushka Sharma Wears a Striking Maternity Dress Worth Rs 2.5k, Cheers For Husband Virat Kohli From The Stands, See PICS
Talking about Zero, Shah Rukh took to Twitter just moments ago and shared, “I am loving and living making ‘Zero’ the Film. Thanks Aanand L. Rai and the whole team for this. Only way to describe it is ‘I am growing up very fast into a child…very fast’ (sic)”. The last line caught our attention and reminded us of 2008’s American fantasy drama ‘The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button’ starring Brad Pitt. The Oscar winning film directed by David Fincher revolved around a man who ages in reverse. Also Read - Need Some Fitness Motivation? These 5 Bollywood Celebrities Will Inspire You to Hit the Gym Right Away
Does the basic idea of Shah Rukh’s film take inspiration from Pitt’s film which is said to be loosely based on the 1922 short story ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’? We wonder and are eagerly waiting to see what Khan has is store for us. ALSO READ: Suhana Khan Chilling In The Pool To Beat The Heat Is Giving Us Summer Goals (VIEW PICS) Also Read - Anushka Sharma Looks Pretty in Red Dress as She Flaunts Baby Bump While Cheering For Virat Kohli
I am loving & living making Zero the Film. Thx @aanandlrai & the whole team for this. Only way to describe it is ‘ I am growing up very fast into a child…very fast’
The film is slated to be the big Christmas release of the year, releasing on December 21. It brings together the Jab Tak Hai Jaan trio SRK – Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif together once again and marks the superstar’s fourth collaboration with Anushka and second with Katrina.