Shah Rukh Khan currently is busy in promoting his film ZERO as it is shortly arriving the theatres. It is easily visible through the trailer that SRk has worked too hard to get into the skin of the character. The film is undeniably worth the wait as it has held curiosity since its announcement. The actor keeps on sharing the tits and bits of his professional and personal life. His latest post shows that daughter Suhana Khan has played a slight pivotal role for his song Mere Naam Tu.
Today the makers too released the making of the song that gives us a sneak peek from the sets of the film. Anushka Sharma shares her thoughts about converting a hotel corridor into fantasy land for \'Mere Naam Tu\'. The colors, the waterworks and the flowers in \'Mere Naam Tu\' made the song really special for me and my character \'Aafia\'. The little children dancing with Bauua Singh is one of the most adorable moments in \'Mere Naam Tu\'! Anushka Sharma also talks about her experience of shooting in a comfortable night suit in the making of song.\'Mere Naam Tu\' costume was the most comfortable Anushka has worn in her life, but the comfort didn\'t last long. She praised Remo\'s ability to create great drama in songs.
Directed by Aanand L. Rai and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment, the Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, and Katrina Kaif-starrer ZERO will release on December 21.
Of all the things I have done for Mere Naam Tu...this is the sweetest. My daughter teaching me to get the lyrics right on the sets. Hope after she sees the song she approves... pic.twitter.com/qfQ2hhEF9F
Shah Rukh Khan apart from an actor is also a doting father. Suhana helped him get the lyrics of Mera Naam Tu on the sets of the film. He tweeted, \"Of all the things I have done for Mere Naam Tu...this is the sweetest. My daughter teaching me to get the lyrics right on the sets. Hope after she sees the song she approves...\". Suhana will surely approve it, as her father wouldn\'t let her down. He\'s the king of Bollywood and he would do the best to bring a smile on his daughter\'s face.