SRK named ‘Game Changer’ at India-UK conclave

SRK named ‘Game Changer’ at India-UK conclave

New Delhi, Sep 11: In yet another feather in the cap for him, Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has been felicitated as a 'Game Changer' at an India UK global conclave in London for his Unmatched Contribution to Globalising Indian Cinema.

Speaking after receiving the honour at the ET India-UK business summit, Shahrukh said becoming a game changer means people and audiences around the world accepts your work.

Accepting this honour, Shah Rukh Khan said, 'I take this opportunity to thank a lot of people, actors, actress, and audiences, for allowing me to continue unencumbered with any idea that I had, they gave me the ability to just go ahead and give it a shot, try and go wrong if I may, and more often than not they allowed me to go wrong.'

'Business is become about millions, targets and projections/Though I fully respect the managerial capacity of business, but I like to think of it as the people who work with me allowed me the imaginarily capacity, they allowed me to imagine and they managed that imagination. So, when you become a game changer you cannot take it upon yourself, there are loads of people involved and the audience as well around the world accepts you doing the stuff you do and I think it’s entertaining,' Shah Rukh said while representing the entertainment industry for a chat session on the 'Growth of the business of entertainment across the globe and its impact on India'.

'The growth for Indian films has been much smaller compared to the growth of television in India. The ratio of theatres to the audience area is still very small, we have very few theatres compared to the audience we can garner. In the interiors of India, there are not many screens for people to go and I think there is a huge market here for entrepreneurs to get into making low-cost theatres,' he said.

On the work front, Shah Rukh Khan is currently gearing up for his upcoming next 'Zero' directed by Aanand L Rai, starring Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. (UNI)