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By Ila Garg

As millions of Shah Rukh Khan Fans await for his screen presence, finally the teaser of his upcoming film ‘Fan’ is out. His fans fondly call him the “Baadshah of Bollywood” while for media he is the King Khan, the heart-throb of Bollywood.


Even after 23 golden years of his career in film industry, his charm still remains undying. Just a mere mention of his name is enough reason for a smile on his fans’ faces. Every year on his birthday, Mannat is surrounded by his fans wh


o gather just to catch a glimpse of him, and Shah Rukh Khan never disappoints them. It is a well-known fact that the dimple-faced man is a work-a-holic and goes beyond his comfort zone to bring out something that will spell his magic on screen. No wonder his fans keep on multiplying with each film.

The teaser is of one-minute-and-three-seconds duration and gives a glimpse into the life of the superstar and his biggest fan, Gaurav, in the film. Also, both the characters of the superstar and the fan are played by Shah Rukh Khan.

The short clip which Shah Rukh Khan himself released grabbed many eyeballs. ‘Fan’ seems to be all about Shah Rukh Khan and his fans. Perhaps, that is why he has dedicated the film to his fans.

While Shah Rukh is seen doing his signature arms open pose, melting the hearts of the fans all around the world, Gaurav, a resident of Inder Vihar DDA Colony, impersonates the superstar during a performance in front of the crowd in his home town in Delhi.

This looks interesting. Directed by Maneesh Sharma under Yash Raj banner, the movie is slated to release on April 15, 2016. His fans are now waiting desperately for his film ‘Fan’.


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