Buzz is, Farah Khan’s two-heroine project for which she had approached Parineeti Chopra and Alia Bhatt has been put on hold and the filmmaker is working on a fresh script. Farah Khan, when asked who will she be casting in her women-centric film – Salman Khan or Shah Rukh Khan, had jokingly said at a recent event “They can do many things but I doubt they would want to play 21-year-old girls, that’s who I’m looking for.” But now it seems Farah has decided to postpone the project and make another full-fledged film with Shah Rukh Khan.

Says a source,” Farah’s currently sitting with her scriptwriters on another story which will star Shah Rukh. All their films together have been blockbuster hits and Farah is known to do big budget, larger-than-life extravaganzas. The small budget movie with two actresses was taking time as Alia is busy with her films and Farah couldn’t start hers. It was to begin this year, but has already got delayed. The one with SRK will be a typical Farah Khan film with lavish songs and grand locales. It’s a romcom, which is their forte. People are assuming it’s a sequel to Main Hoon Naa, but it’s a different story.”

Well it maybe a different story but it might be called a sequel of Main Hoon Na. That’s what we could infer from Farah’s recent statement. The ace choreographer revealed on Zarine Khan’s show – Spices and Secrets that she has begun writing Main Hoon Na 2, the much anticipated sequel to her 2004 blockbuster, which starred heartthrob Shahrukh Khan and Zarine’s son Zayed Khan. Now isn’t that a great news? Well indeed it is! ALSO READ: Zayn Malik starring in Farah Khan’s Main Hoon Na 2?

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Raj from Chennai Express

    Shah Rukh Khan as Raj from Chennai Express

    Shah Rukh Khan’s first movie with Rohit Shetty was Chennai Express and we all know how successful it was. SRK as dapper Raj falling in love with Deepika Padukone and the epic Tangballi being the major hurdle in their love life; this movie had all the necessary ingredients to make a movie work. The author Samar Khan asked Rohit Shetty to describe SRK and he said, “Shah Rukh Khan’s conviction has made him a superstar.”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Samar from Jab Tak Hai Jaan

    Shah Rukh Khan as Samar from Jab Tak Hai Jaan

    Well acclaimed filmmaker Yash Chopra’s last directorial venture, Jab Tak Hai Jaan had SRK portraying the role of army officer Samar Anand. This love triangle between SRK, Katrina and Anushka made us fall in love with Shah Rukh all over again. Yash Chopra had previously worked with SRK in past so what made him sign for his last movie and he said, “Shah Rukh understands my vision of love.”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Farhan Akhtar’s Don

    Shah Rukh Khan as Farhan Akhtar’s Don

    Now though we have compared Shah Rukh Khan with Amitabh Bachchan a million of times before, it wasn’t really needed. They both are miles apart from each other and both tried to give their best shot in this movie. What made Farhan cast SRK in the remake of Don and he said, “ Both Don and Shah Rukh have immensely magnetic personalities…..They radiate force field that draws you in.”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as G –One in Anubhav Sinha’s Ra-One

    Shah Rukh Khan as G –One in Anubhav Sinha’s Ra-One

    Anubhav Sinha wasn’t aware that Shah Rukh was interested in doing this sci-fi film with him. It was only when he made an announcement at some press conference in Berlin that he got the news. So which is that one quality about SRK that we don’t know and Anubhav says, “ Shah Rukh Khan is a different person every day”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Rizwan Khan in Karan Johar’s My Name is Khan

    Shah Rukh Khan as Rizwan Khan in Karan Johar’s My Name is Khan

    We all remember this ‘My Name is Khan and I am not a terrorist’ dialogue by Shah Rukh Khan from My Name is Khan. Karan Johar, who’s probably SRK’s best buddy in B town has lots to say about the star but at the same time he’s man above conversations. When he was asked to describe SRK, he said, “I learnt that SRK is very emotionally intelligent.”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Sahir from Billu

    Shah Rukh Khan as Sahir from Billu

    Shah Rukh Khan had more or less cameo appearance in Irrfan Khan’s Billu. Priyadarshan was floored by SRK’s warmth and hospitality and so was his wife. He takes care of the people around him, regardless of whether they can further his career or not. The reason why he’s such a successful actor today is because, “He portrays his reality in his characters.”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Shimit Amin’s Kabir in Chak De! India

    Shah Rukh Khan as Shimit Amin’s Kabir in Chak De! India

    This was the role which Salman Khan declined and it eventually went to Shah Rukh Khan. So which performance by the actor is his best till date and Shimit replies, “ I think the Superstar SRK is the real SRK’s best performance.”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Amol Palekar’s Kishan in Paheli

    Shah Rukh Khan as Amol Palekar’s Kishan in Paheli

    Paheli was the movie that was India’s entry to Oscars that year. Many doubted SRK’s decision to work with Amol Palekar who was never into main stream cinema. Some thought, he’s working with the director since he has never won a National Award and a film with Palekar can ensure him that. But Amol didn’t think that. For him, “ Shah Rukh Khan is capable of creating any magic” and this was the major reason why Paheli went on floors.

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Ashutosh Gowariker’s Mohan in Swades

    Shah Rukh Khan as Ashutosh Gowariker’s Mohan in Swades

    Ashutosh Gowariker once revealed that when he was planning to venture into direction, it was Aamir, Shah Rukh Khan and Deepak Tijori who made him believe that he could be a good director. So SRK’s bonding with Gowariker goes back a long way. According to the director, “ SRKis his own spin to the method of acting and that’s what makes him magnetic.”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Farah Khan’s Ram in Main Hoon Na

    Shah Rukh Khan as Farah Khan’s Ram in Main Hoon Na

    Shah Rukh Khan and Farah Khan’s friendship is B town is as famous as his with Karan Johar. Though there were ups and downs few years back, they are back to normal and best of buddies yet again. SRK was always the first choice for Farah whenever she decided to direct her first film. And probably this was the primary reason why we had SRK as Ram in Main Hoon Na. Farah who still recalls her Main Hoon Na days revealed that, “SRK is somebody who will give his all for my film.”

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Nikhil Adnavi’s Aman from Kal Ho Naa Ho

    Shah Rukh Khan as Nikhil Adnavi’s Aman from Kal Ho Naa Ho

    Shah Rukh Khan always wanted Nikhil Advani to direct him in Kal Ho Naa Ho. So the director gives him the credit for giving this big break. How many of you know that Shah Rukh was going to back off from this project and ask Salman to replace him? Yes you read it right. However the director and producer just wanted him and they were ready to wait. Finally SRK came on board after his injury and rest is history as they say.

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Devdas

    Shah Rukh Khan as Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Devdas

    “According to Shah Rukh Khan, Shah Rukh seems like a very Happy Go Lucky kind of person. But up close there’s something very sad and lonely about him.” We don’t know what was SLB hinting at but we wonder if there is any truth and if yes, we’ll hate to see this charming actor sad at any point.

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  • Shah Rukh Khan as Santosh Sivan’s Asoka

    Shah Rukh Khan as Santosh Sivan’s Asoka

    Santosh Sivan understood SRK as an actor during Asoka. As an actor, it’s extremely easy to lose yourself but he’s glad that Shah Rukh Khan hasn’t. According to him, “ Shah Rukh Khan is on a constant exploration a discovery trip.”

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