Real life train journeys have not been as romantic : SRK
Published : Tuesday, 24 January, 2017 at 1:35 PM, Read : 407 times.
jamuna news desk: While making his way to Delhi by train, Shah Rukh Khan charmed the gathered media persons by regaling them with stories of his train journeys and AbRam's comfort level around cameras. The actor, who's promoting his latest film 'Raees', seemed to be in a great mood and answered the questions thrown to him at length.
Shah Rukh said that team 'Raees' wanted to travel to different cities to promote the film, but they decided that they should call everyone on a train and do the whole interaction on it. He said, "It's different with every film. During 'Chennai Express' we could just go in a mall and dance, with 'Happy New Year' we could do anything, but this film we cannot do all that because it has a different kind of dignity attached, even though it's a popular film.
So I didn't know what to do, where do I go and how do I talk to people about 'Raees'. We first thought we will just stick around in Mumbai and meet people here. But we have a few days left so we thought maybe we can meet people from different cities and a member from my team said that we should take a train ride. There's also a small train sequence in the film so he said trains are very closely attached to your being. 'Chaiyya Chaiyya', 'Chennai Express', even 'Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman' had a train, 'Main Hoon Na' had me come out of a train, 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' had me see-off one of the ladies in a train. It's been long since I travelled in one, but all the talk in improvement of the conditions of trains is true. We are in the second class right now. When I walked in I thought this is the first class before because during our times the first class looked like this."