After the super success of ‘Pathaan‘ and ‘Jawan‘, Shah Rukh Khan is all set to deliver a hat trick at the box office with his upcoming film, ‘Dunki‘ where he will be collaborating with Rajkumar Hirani for the first time.
SRK’s co-star from the film, Ajay Kumar, recently showered praises on the superstar and his strong work ethics. The actor told Dainik Bhaskar in an interview that during the shoot breaks while others head to their vanity vans or start relaxing, Shah Rukh sat on the set and put in a total of six hours of hard work into perfecting a two and a half minute long scene.According to Kumar,SRK continued shooting until 7 in the evening. Even during a 10-minute break between shots for lighting changes, he wouldn’t sit down; he kept rehearsing.

Elaborating further, Ajay added that SRK kept suggesting ways to improve their scene and did not sit peacefully until the scene was shot. For that two-and-a-half-minute scene, he rehearsed with him at least 20 to 25 times. Shooting in at least 25 different variations. According to Kumar, SRK worked like a maniac.

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Ajay Kumar shared that spending six hours with Shah Rukh Khan taught him that SRK doesn’t carry any airs about his stardom and is consistently dedicated to improving the film.

‘Dunki’ reportedly depicts the lives of Indians who choose to enter the nation using this illegal process and struggle to return home. It also stars Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal in lead roles. The film is slated to hit the theatres on December 22, 2023. It will be locking horns with Prabhas starrer ‘Salaar’ at the box office.

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