Shah Rukh and Kajol are back with yet another adoration tune, “Gerua” from Rohit Shetty’s “Dilwale” which discharges on December 18.
Bollywood hotshot Shah Rukh Khan, known as the ‘ruler of sentiment’, demands that he is a greater amount of an activity gentleman.
On the other hand, the 50-year-old performing artist trusts Bollywood producer Rohit Shetty, known for his activity motion pictures, is a sentimental individual.
“I think Rohit Shetty, our executive, is sentimental. I am more like activity (gentleman). I appear to be delicate and sweet from outside yet I am hard and intense from inside. While with Rohit it appears he is not the same as out… intense, yet from inside of he is sweet … delicate individual,” Shah Rukh told journalists here at the tune dispatch occasion of his up and coming film Dilwale.
Shah Rukh and Kajol are back with yet another affection tune, “Gerua” from Rohit Shetty’s Dilwale which discharges on December 18.
“The story is the motivation behind sentiment. That melody ‘Suraj Hua Madham’ we shot in the hot atmosphere… in Egypt while this tune “Gerua” we shot in chilly temperature in Iceland. I ponder articulation of affection,” SRK said when asked in regards to the likenesses between the two melodies.
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The melody “Gerua” was shot at different areas that looked outlandish on screen.
Be that as it may, Kajol uncovers, “It was extremely testing as we shot in Iceland…we were cold.”
Having comparative perspectives, the Chennai Express star says, “It was hard to shoot the melody. It took two-three hours to set the tune… Rohit Shetty, our executive, needed more extensive shot so we had helicopter to catch the occasions.”
The occasion was held at ‘Maratha Mandir’, a theater in Mumbai Central here, where SRK-Kajol’s blockbuster film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge was running for more than 1,000 weeks.
The occasion saw performing artist Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon moving to hit tracks of the fanciful pair – ‘Suraj hua Madham’, ‘Tujhe dekha toh’, ‘Yeh Kaali Aakhen’ and others.