Reports have been rife for a while now that Shashi Ranjan is set to helm a documentary on Rakesh Roshan and his family’s seven decade long run in the industry. It was being said that this would be about Hrithik Roshan‘s grandfather, music director Roshan, Rakesh Roshan’s films, Rajesh Roshan’s music and of course Hrithik’s acting career.
Well, looks like Rakesh Roshan has now confirmed these reports as he dropped a photo with Shah Rukh Khan and revealed that the ‘Jawan’ actor has shot for this documentary called ‘The Roshans‘.For those not in the know, SRK has done films like the iconic ‘Karan Arjun’ and ‘Koyla’ with Rakesh. The ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ director shared photos with Shah Rukh and thanked him. He said, “Thank you Shahrukh for your love,warmth & contribution to “The Roshans”..”
Fans reacted to this photo. While some of them went back to the time of ‘Karan Arjun’ and ‘Koyla’, a user said, “Wish Kaabil & Raees hadn’t clashed…” Another user said, “Raees vs Kabil war ended badiya badiya 😎”

SRK’s ‘Raees’ and Hrithik’s ‘Kaabil’ had released together and since then there were rumours of a rift between the Roshans and Shah Rukh. But fans seem happy now and think those issues have been resolved. For those not in the know, Rakesh Roshan had made accusations of screen allocation discrepancies were levelled. He also slammed the exhibitors for not adhering to the 50-50 screen allocation rule.
Rakesh had recently said that he’s working on the script of ‘Krrish 4’ and wants to make sure the next installment does justice to the franchise, even if it takes time. Meanwhile, after having a humungous year with ‘Pathaan’, ‘Jawan’ and ‘Dunki’, Shah Rukh was supposed to begin Sujoy Ghosh’s next in March or April 2024, however, some reports have surfaced now which say that he has opted out of the movie.

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