Bollywood’s King Shah Rukh Khan has already left for San Francisco to participate in the San Francisco International Film Festival. The SFIFF is organized every year for two weeks where about 200 films from over 500 countries are being presented. What’s so interesting about this year’s festival, you wonder? Well, this year SRK’s My Name is Khan will be screened on Friday i.e tomorrow. Moreover, Shah Rukh will also be going live on Twitter during this big event.
The superstar who will be in conversation with Brett Ratner at the 60th SFIFF will be streamed live on Twitter as the film gala pays tribute to the actor for his contribution to the world of cinema.
Shah Rukh himself has more than 24 million followers on Twitter and well his global fans will be able to join the audience for the interview.
According to a leading daily, the experience integrates live conversations utilizing Twitter polls and questions from the Twitter audience using the hashtag #SRKSFFILM, providing the opportunity to connect and participate from anywhere in the world.
King Khan is the first Indian celebrity whose interview will be live streamed at SF International Film Festival. Twitter India’s official handle even tweeted about this. SRK’s special live interview is scheduled to take place on April 15, 2017, at 9:10 AM IST. Mark your calendars, guys!
On the work front, Shah Rukh is currently busy shooting for Imtiaz ALi’s next untitled film which also starsAnushka Sharma. The movie is set to release this August. Srk will be seen essaying the role of a Sikh turban in the movie. Pictures of him wearing a turban on the sets have already gone viral and we cannot wait for the release.
After this, he will begin shooting for Aanand L Rai’s next film where he will play a dwarf. He will also be seen doing a cameo in Salman Khan’s Tubelight.