Shah Rukh Khan was present at the San Francisco International Film Festival (SFILM), which paid a tribute to Shah Rukh in its 60th year.
The ‘Dilwale’ actor had a candid conversation with American director-filmmaker Brett Ratner about his career in Bollywood, Hollywood film collaboration and about failures. Brett Ratner expressed a desire to direct the actor in a sequel of ‘Rush Hour’ in India.
Shah Rukh who was addressed as “one of the most recognised film personalities” by Brett, went on to say that even he has faced failures in his career. He even went on to add that when his films fail at the Box Office, he locks himself and cry in the bathroom. He also expressed his views about failure and said that it’s okay to cry it out because both success and failure lasts for a short time. So you need to be realistic, keep it working hard, and it’ll turn better with time my friend.
Shah Rukh’s ‘My Name is Khan’ was screened as part of the line-up of movies at the festival.