Karan Johar and his team are celebrating 10 years of My Name Is Khan. The film was released on February 12, 2010, and received wide appreciation all across the world. It stands as one of the best-known films of Shah Rukh Khan–Kajol and the director. My Name Is Khan didn’t only break the director’s image of making grand family dramas but also served a great purpose. It talked about Islamophobia, the importance of kindness, love in its purest sense, a mother-son relationship, and how a man can shake the entire world by putting the right efforts and genuine intentions.
Both Karan and Kajol shared beautiful posts on social media to mark the 10 years of their popular film. KJo thanked his ‘bhai‘ (SRK) for letting himself become Rizwan ( character’s name). He also mentioned the writer of the film, Shibani Bathija for carving a story that created magic and was important to be told. His full post read, “#10yearsofmynameiskhan
This will always remain an extremely special film for me….a film that not only had relevant messaging but also ( in my opinion) a beating heart! Bhai @iamsrk put his all into creating Rizwan…and I will always be eternally grateful to him for just being him ….for being such a rock solid support to me through the journey of the film…love you so much Bhai! And love you @kajol for breathing life into Mandira and just being the fabulous and incredible artist that you are!!! And finally thank you to #shibanibathija for writing and creating the film and every character! Writing is the spine that we can give body to….thank you ❤️” (sic)
Kajol, too, took to social media to write about the film. Her post read, “Soooooo many memories. So much fun from Nysa’s first Disney trip to seeing the history of San Fran Up, close and personal with the most amazing sunrise. It will always be one of my most fav memories!