Shah Rukh Khan recent movie Raees is allegedly grounded on the life story of the 1980’s Gujarat-based bootlegger Abdul Latif.
After meeting Maharashtra Navnirman Sena head Raj Thackeray at his home and comforting that his Pakistani foremost lady won’t be winged down to India and nor will he be operational with a Pakistani artist in the future, the hero has now showed out a combined declaration with the movie’s makers, reiterating that the movie is not grounded on anybody, but a work of nonfiction.
On the other hand, Shah Rukh Khan had come out criticizing all buzzes.
“In assessment of assured media reports that privilege that the movie ‘Raees‘ is grounded on a real-life story and gossips to that effect being distributed, we take this chance to clarify that the Script of the movie ‘Raees’ is a pure work of creative writing, not grounded on any person; living or passed on. All those creating such assertions, will realize it by themselves, when they see the movie. It is a fictional crime actioner set in the contradiction of the background of Gujarat,” the film makers said in a declaration.
“We are speechless with the positive and promising response dropped on the trailer of ‘Raees’ and we positively hope that the pouring of love shall endure upon the release of the movie as well.” Shah Rukh is co-producing the picture under his Red Chillies banner. Raees also costars Pakistani heroine Mahira Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
‘Raees’ is planned to release together with ‘Kaabil,’ on January 25, 2017.