SRK looked back when preparing for ‘Raees’ role


It’s fair to say there isn’t anything Shah Rukh Khan can’t do when it comes to his career. Setting foot into a new character for his next release ‘Raees’, Khan apparently took inspiration from his younger self when getting in to character.

“Not many are aware that SRK was quite a prankster when he was a student at St Columba’s School, Hansraj College and Jamia Millia Islamia University. He was known to balance his sophistication with a certain kind of ruggedness, the glimpses of which will be seen in the film,” DNA reports a source explaining.

They went on to say, “The actor, along with four of his close friends, (Bikas Mathur, Vivek Khushalani, Raman Sharma and Ashok Vassan) had formed a special gang at St Columba’s, known as the C-gang, where ‘C’ stood for cool. The actor has taken a leaf out his college days, with respect to the body language and the way he walked, and has incorporated them in the film.”

Directed by Rahul Dholakia, ‘Raees’ will also introduce Pakistani actress Mahira Khan. The film is set to hit the big screens on 25th January.

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