Phillauri ghost Shashi enters Mannat, scares and confesses love to Shah Rukh Khan
Suraj Sharma is by all account not the only one going nuts at Anushka Sharma’s apparition gazing at him. The cordial apparition has added Shah Rukh Khan to the rundown too.
In an offer to advance her forthcoming creation, Anshai Lal’s directorial make a big appearance Phillauri, Anushka entered the dividers of Mannat, the palatial habitation of Khan, and acquainted him with her apparition Shashi.
Khan, who has played a phantom in Amol Palekar’s 2005 film Paheli, was spelling out the secrets to his fans on arranging a loathsomeness scene on screen before he was shocked a puzzling female voice getting him out. Khan was confused and requested that Shashi appear. Be that as it may, since Shashi is an undetectable apparition, she neglected to present herself before him.
At the point when Khan got some information about the motivation behind her visit, she admitted that she is an enthusiastic buff of the on-screen character and simply needed to see him in nearness. Subsequent to reddening for some time, Khan played along and even kissed her. He likewise guaranteed her that he will watch Phillauri with a specific end goal to become more acquainted with Shashi better.
Anushka plays a well disposed phantom in Phillauri who has an incomplete business in her past life yet is stuck inside a tree and afterward in sacred marriage with Suraj who ‘weds the tree’ since he is a maanglik. It is a significant imaginative proceed onward Anushka’s part to rope in her long-term co-star Shah Rukh Khan to advance the film in such an exceptional way.
Khan was the lead on-screen character of Anushka’s introduction film, Aditya Chopra’s 2008 sentimental show Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. They likewise shared screen space in Yash Chopra’s 2012 Jab Tak Hai Jaan and will likewise be seen in Imtiaz Ali’s untitled film this August.
Phillauri likewise stars Diljit Dosanjh and is created by Anushka and her sibling Karnesh Sharma’s Clean Slate Films. It is slated to discharge on 24 March.