Bollywood Podcast: Shah Rukh Khan on My Name Is Khan
Tuesday 16 February 2010
Never has a Bollywood movie had so much anticipation in the Western and overseas markets. A number of factors contribute to the excitement surrounding the release of My Name Is Khan.
It's got the widest ever release and a first for Fox Studios to distribute a Bollywood movie around the world. It is directed by Karan Johar, who is now the most successul Indian director internationally. And of course, it reunites megastar and worldwide icon, Shah Rukh Khan & his on-screen golden girl, Kajol - after nine years apart.
It's going to be huge. And this week's podcast features a chat with Shah Rukh - one of the most famous actors on the planet and a brief catch up with the ever charamastic Karan Johar. Enjoy! Click below to hear the interview.
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