Bollywood's "King Khan" thanks fans for celebrating his 30 years in cinematext_fields
Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan said he worked around the clock on the day marking 30 years of his career in Indian cinema. He thanked his fans for celebrating the occasion, through social media, for their undying love and interacted with them, PTI reported.
On Sunday, the 56-year-old celeb wrote on Twitter, "Thank u all for celebrating my 30 yrs with cakes & edits and all things nice. For me the best way to celebrate is to work round the clock today to create more entertainment. Love you all (sic)."
The actor of Delhi origin started his career through the television shows "Fauji" and "Circus". He made a big debut on the silver screen through "Deewana" with Divya Bharati and veteran actor Rishi Kapoor under Raj Kanwar's direction. The movie was released on June 25 1992. His last release was "Zero" in 2018.
On Saturday, Shah Rukh Khan made his first-ever Instagram Live and interacted with fans. He talked about his journey to stardom, he taking a break from work and how the process of making movies is important for him as well as something new every time.
Khan is to be next seen in Yash Raj Films' "Pathan", set to release in January 2023. He is now shooting under Raj Kumar Hirani's direction "Dunki" as well as Atlee's "Jawan".