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‘Happy New Year’ is an ultimate Bollywood film: Shah Rukh Khan

Shah Rukh Khan on 'Happy New Year': The film is about dance, music, glamour. Shah Rukh Khan on 'Happy New Year': The film is about dance, music, glamour.
Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Posted: August 9, 2014 2:04 pm | Updated: August 9, 2014 7:15 pm

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan says his upcoming film ‘Happy New Year’ has all the ingredients of a Bollywood entertainer. The trailer of ‘Happy New Year’ will be unveiled on August 14 and is expected to be a star-studded event.

“Everybody is invited… please come. The trailer is really good… I hope you all like it. We are trying to create an evening… the film is about dance, music, glamour. I am not nervous. I do my best and leave the rest,” Shah Rukh said at an event last night here. “When I go abroad, people tell me Bollywood is about dance and music. We wanted to make an ultimate Bollywood film. I tried to produce a film that has everything in it–romance, drama, action, revenge, sensuality, happiness… it has everything about Bollywood. It is an entertainer,” he said.

The first look of the Diwali release will be revealed at a hotel here with the entire cast – Shah Rukh, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood, Boman Irani and Vivaan Shah – along with director Farah Khan and composer duo Vishal- Shekhar in attendance.

“The whole team– Abhishek, Deepika, Sonu, Vivaan, Boman, Jackie, Farah and so many other people they have done their best. This is our best and hopefully you like and enjoy it. One doesn’t know what will happen to the film but the ‘agaaz’ is good so if the start is good then everything will be good,” he said.

SRK, who turned up late for the event, apologized to the media and revealed that it is because he is working tirelessly for the launch event of ‘Happy New Year’. “When a film is near completion I run here and there. We are working on technical things for the event. I think for one and half month or so I will be late due to post production (of ‘Happy New Year’),” he added.

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