Actor Mukesh Tiwari, who has worked with Shah Rukh Khan in films like, ‘Chennai Express‘ and ‘Dilwale‘, recently heaped praises on the superstar. He shared how he got to learn a lot of things from SRK.
In an interview with Indian Express, Mukesh said that SRK deserves more success than what he’s achieved. According to him, one can learn so much professionally from him.One also learns how to behave on the set. He just needs to read a scene once. He remembers the whole script. He is very dedicated and the way he performs action scenes, it’s worth learning.

Elaborating further, the actor added that Shah Rukh is adept at handling every department of filmmaking and production. And above all, one needs to learn how he manages himself. Even while shooting, he moves to his van to work on other things. Mukesh revealed that the superstar does his publicity design himself and also works on his production. Given that he comes from a theatre background, he admitted that he doesn’t understand these things and it has taken him years to learn these things.

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The ‘Golmaal‘ actor also discussed SRK’s decision to take a long break from work and how he made a smashing comeback after four years. According to him, it is not easy to do that, especially when you are a leading star. Tiwari shared that he has immense respect for him and the way he’s shaped his career.

Meanwhile, on the work front, after ‘Pathaan‘ and ‘Jawan‘, SRK is awaiting the release of ‘Dunki’. The Rajkumar Hirani directorial also stars Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal in lead roles. It is slated to hit the theatres on December 22, 2023.

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