Anupam Kher Supports Shah Rukh Khan's Decision To Take A Break From Movies, Says It Helps To Reinvent Oneself
Are you a DDLJ (Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge) fan? Then you must remember the scene where Anupam Kher high-fiving Shah Rukh Khan with 'O Potchi, O Koka, O Bobi, O Lola' when the latter flops in college. This reel life scene stays one of the most charming father-son moments on the cinema, to date. Furthermore, it was ad limbed by both the actors on the sets.
Leaving the recent year, Shah Rukh who was most recently seen in Anand L Rai's Zero (2018) has revealed that he is taking a vacation to spend some quality time with his family and children. What's more, presently, Anupam Kher has imparted that his interaction with his onscreen son is a long way from their onscreen kinship and has been more through social media recently. "We don't talk with one another regularly," Kher lets us know, and includes, "In fact, we do have our conversations more through social media than in personal life."
Shah Rukh Khan in a recent interview said that he has no film with him at the present time. Generally what happens is the point at which their one film is arriving at an end, they start working on their next film and he gets involved within 3-4 months... However, this time he is simply not feeling like...his heart doesn't enable him to... Indeed, even his children are in their college stage...So he simply wants to spend more time with his family."
Awaiting the release of his autobiography, Kher, however, commends Khan's call to take a break. "It's a good decision to take. Sometimes, it encourages you to rehash yourself," says the actor, who was last seen in The Accidental Prime Minister prior this year.
Although Kher can't stay in contact with everybody he has worked with previously, he says there are many people he might without a doubt want to meet again and reconnect with. "There are certain relationships throughout everyday life and in movies; when you're not working together, you don't meet each other regularly. It resembles a pause button on a tape recorder. It begins from where you had left it. Along these lines, I am sure once I meet Shah Rukh Khan, I don't need to start from the very beginning once more. We can meet I would love to meet everybody. There are so many people I’d like to meet,” he says.