Shah Rukh Khan undoubtedly is one of the most influential and heart throbbing actors of Bollywood. Apart from acting he also has always contributed to various noble causes. With his latest outing ZERO that hits theatres this month the actor has now collaborated with the Government of Maharashtra for a cause.
The ZERO actor was a part of the Mumbai 2.0 conclave. At the event, he met the chief minister of the state Devendra Fadnavis. In pictures that have gone viral on the internet, SRK can be seen sharing the stage with the politician and shaking his hand and posing for pictures. Then he went on to take the stage with Mr. Fadnavis and stretched his views for the minister. Apologizing for being late for the event, he praised Mr. Fadnavis by calling him his 3 am friend whenever he feels lonely and he has always helped SRK at odd hours.
Thank u sir @Dev_Fadnavis for making me a part of Mumbai 2.0. This is our city and we will do everything with you to make it more creative, competitive & culturally inclusive. Aamchi Magical Mumbai. pic.twitter.com/2pOMcyeGX7— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) December 1, 2018
Shah Rukh's this initiative will definitely prove to be successful as he himself looks forward to a superior Mumbai and its citizens. On the work front, his film ZERO is al set to hit theatres on 21st December which also stars Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif in the lead.
Mentioning traffic as one of the reasons for being late the actor pulled the issue into light that the city has been facing since long. Both distinguished delegates came together to improvise the infrastructure and lifestyle of city Mumbai like some well developed IT cities in southern India. Accompanied by other personalities the event may prove to be a game changer for Mumbai. Its quite rare to find such a megastar stepping ahead for the need of today and indulging in talks to resolve the issues a Mumbaikar faces as, \"the city has always been resilient, has come forth, stood forth and fought everything of with love and kindness plus with a lot of guts\" he said