Shah Rukh Khan returns to the big screen with Rocketry. Twitter is excited

SRK in a still from the movie. (courtesy: SRKdaily

New Delhi:

The release of Madhavan’s directorial debut Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is extra special, especially for Shah Rukh Khan fans as it marks the return of SRK to the big screen after 4 years. The actor has a guest appearance in the film. Shah Rukh Khan was last seen in the 2018 movie Zero, starring Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif. Twitter was delighted to see the actor back on screen after 4 long years and the cheering mood of his fans was clearly reflected in the many tweets dedicated to the actor on the social media platform. “Within seconds of his role, he once again reminded us that the actor in Shah Rukh Khan is still alive,” wrote a fan of SRK.

Another fan added: “Shah Rukh Khan’s cameo is in Rocketry: The Nambi Effect shows how impactful his presence is, no matter how long or short the duration.”

Similar thoughts echoed in another tweet which read: “Shah Rukh Khan’s presence in everything can make that thing look 100 times better! King for a reason! Happy to see him back on big screens. No matter how long.”

Another Fan’s POV: “Die or Admit Shah Rukh Khan’s 10-Minute Cameo Is In” Rocketry The Nambi Effect is better than some people’s entire careers.”

This is how another SRK fan summed up his cameo: “Small role, big miracle. Shah Rukh Khan makes you emotional with his short role. His magic, his aura is so realistic, his magnetic performance makes your eyes wet, that’s how beautiful actor he is.”

This fan did quite a bit of math to sum up how much SRK was being missed. “After 42 months, 184 weeks, 1288 days, 30898 hours, 1853901 minutes, 111234082 seconds. Watching Shah Rukh Khan on the big screen. Madhavan, thank you.”

“It certainly looks like Shah Rukh Kha has done the magic again, even after a 4-year hiatus with his on-screen presence throughout the film, especially in the emotional scenes in the climax,” read another tweet.

During the promotions of the film, Madhavan revealed that neither SRK nor Suriya (who appeared in the Tamil version) charge any fees for their cameo appearances in the film. Madhavan told PTI news agency: “Whether it is Suriya or (Shah Rukh) Khan sahab, none of them charge a fee for the film. They didn’t even charge for the caravans, costumes and assistants. Suriya and his crew flew to Mumbai on his own money to shoot. He didn’t even charge for the flights or for the dialogue writer who translated his lyrics into Tamil.”

Rocketry: The Nambi Effect Released Friday in Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada.

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