Shah Rukh Khan is having a ball with back to back hits in Pathaan and Jawan and now eyes are all set on his third film of the year – Dunki, where he collaborates with Rajkumar Hiranifor the first time. The duo were supposed to work together in Munnabhai MBBS and 3 Idiots but things didn’t work out. SRK dropped the first teaser of the film on his 58th birthday and wrote, “A story of simple and real people trying to fulfill their dreams and desires.Of friendship, love, and being together… Of being in a relationship called Home!
A heartwarming story by a heartwarming storyteller. It’s an honour to be a part of this journey and I hope you all come along with us”
As the film is just about a month away from release, more and more details about it are coming. It is now being reported that no less than 4 cinematographers have worked on the film. In its report Dainik Bhaskar has suggested that Hirani first began the shooting with Amit Roy who is known for films like Sarkar and Love Aaj Kal and very soon has Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal coming out He worked on the film for about three weeks but then left the film because of creative differences.
The report also suggested that the others cinematographers who worked on the film were Manush Nandan (Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani, Samrat Prithviraj etc) and Kumar Pankaj (Farzi, Guns and Gulaabs, Tumbbad etc), and it finally ended with Rajkumar Hirani’s favourite CK Muraleedharan. The duo have worked together on films like PK, 3 Idiots and Lage Raho Munnabhai.
Besides SRK, the film also stars Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal and Boman Irani in pivotal roles.

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