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Shah Rukh Khan’s sabse bada fan Gaurav shares selfie in Fan’s new poster

Appearing on the poster of 'Fan' is none other than Bollywood King, Shah Rukh Khan who plays a double role in the film.

Written by Sunitra Pacheco | Mumbai |
Updated: November 5, 2015 5:43:21 pm
Shah Rukh Khan, Fan film, Fan poster, Shah Rukh Khan actor The ‘Fan’ poster depicts Gaurav taking a selfie in his room which has every inch of the wall crammed with pictures of Shah Rukh aka Aryan Khanna.

After releasing the trailer of upcoming film ‘Fan’ on Shah Rukh Khan’s birthday, (November 2), the makers have now released the film’s poster.

Appearing on it is none other than the Bollywood King who plays a double role in the film – one as celebrity Aryan Khan who has a mega fan following just like the star in real life. And second, Khan also portrays the role of Gaurav who is a die-hard fan of Aryan, so much so that he lives and breathes Aryan Khanna.

It is Gaurav who is depicted on the poster and from the look, it’s quite evident that a lot of work has taken behind the scenes in terms of prosthetic and make-up because not only does Shah Rukh Khan look years younger, but also quite different from his usual self.


Gaurav is seen taking a selfie in his room which has every inch of the wall crammed with pictures of Shah Rukh aka Aryan Khanna. Even the screensaver of his computer has the King of romance.

In the film, Gaurav fashions and styles himself just like Aryan Khanna and hence the duo needed to look similar.

Directed by Maneesh Sharma, ‘Fan’ is produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films. The film is slated to release on April 15, next year.

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