Shah Rukh Khan compares DDLJ plot to ‘bourgeoise suppression of proletariat’; Watch throwback video
Shah Rukh Khan had become quite the youth icon in the 90s when he starred in the movie Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge which was released in 1994. SRK starred opposite Kajol in the movie and the Simran-Raj duo had become immensely famous. Shah Rukh Khan has often left his fans in splits with his witty humour. A throwback video of SRK on the sets of DDLJ has been going viral on the internet where he called the plot of DDLJ the ‘bourgeoise suppression of proletariat.’
In a video, shared by one of the fan pages of SRK, the actor is seen asked by someone about his role as Raj in the movie, SRK replied, “Yeah. It’s basically taken from the bourgeoise suppression of the proletariat. Lot of it has been in the verses of Voltaire already.” A few people in the background were seen laughing at the hilarious comparison.
The fans were hilariously baffled as they left comments like, “WOOOOWWW!! 😂😂👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻”, “Wait. No. What. What. Whaaatt.. what.”, “What did I just seeeee !!!!!”, “Just Srk being Srk 🤣”, “He later also says in the same video that he’s playing the role of a pimp in the film. 😂 Just Shahrukh being Shahrukh ❤️.”
Check out the video below:
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Meanwhile, on the work front, SRK will be seen next in Pathan with Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. Apart from that video of King Khan missing out on the OTT space have also been raising rumours of him making his OTT debut soon.