The 51-year-old star, Shah Rukh Khan who was honoured with a special tribute at the 60th San Francisco Film Festival, sat down for a conversation with Brett Ratner.

 

 

Brett Ratner is the Hollywood director who has given us Rush Hour and X-Men: The Last Stand. The two had a long discussion on films, Hollywood- Bollywood collaborations, success and failure, and towards the end shared a light groovy moment.

 

Shah Rukh thanked Ratner, who gifted him a doll modelled on himself, after the session."Thanx Brett Ratner for a great evening at the SFFILM, your doll is awesome like you," he tweeted with an image where he is seen holding the doll.

 

The actor also thanked the festival organisers for making him feel special. "You made me feel special and all who came to attend. Love you and hugs," he tweeted.

 


Brett Ratner said he wants to make Rush Hour with Khan in India and SRK is game. He only wants Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan to shoot in India.

 

"With #KingKhan @iamsrk doing the #LungiDance during the @sffilm Inspiring, humble, a great dancer, and smells great too!" Ratner posted a video on Instagram.

 

 

Now, this is not the first time that a Hollywood director wanted Khan in a film, a few months back Hugh Jackman said SRK would be perfect as Wolverine.

In an interview with a daily, Khan has also shown enthusiasm and said he would like to be involved with Rush Hour in India. 

SRK said, “Brett Ratner asked me, ‘What role should I pen you in?’ And I said, ‘it can be whichever role, and I’ll do it’. But we’ll see how things go. But one thing I did request him to do — whether it’s with me or not is to get Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker to shoot in India because Rush Hour is all over the world. And it’s high time that such a wonderful and beautiful action-comedy film came to India."

 

With the #KingofBollywood @iamsrk getting ready for our conversation @sffilm #festival! #ShahRukhKhan

A post shared by Brett Ratner (@brettrat) on Apr 14, 2017 at 5:53pm PDT

Shah Rukhs "My Name is Khan" was screened as part of the line-up of movies at the festival.  

 

(Inputs from PTI)