Shah Rukh Khan turns 53, greets fans outside 'Mannat' at midnight

Shah Rukh Khan Birthday

The makers of the upcoming film 'Zero' have shared an exciting new poster of the film, featuring Shah Rukh Khan, on the occasion of the superstar's 53rd birthday.

In the image, King Khan can be seen wearing a white vest, blue striped boxers and a garland of notes. Besides him lies a wedding sherwani and in his neck, he carries a kirpan.

Filmmaker Aanand L. Rai shared the poster on Twitter and in the caption, wished 'Khaan saab' on his special day.

He wrote, "Duaaon ki agar shakl hoti to uske gaalon pe bhi kya aise hi dimple padte? uss hasi ke naam jiski hasi se laakhon ke chehron pe hasi aajaati hai! Janamdin mubarak Khan Saab @iamsrk"

The trailer of the film will be released at a grand event today, which will be attended by SRK and the leading ladies of the film - Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif.

In the film, the 'Badshaah' of Bollywood plays the role of a vertically challenged man, Bauua Singh, who falls in love with a superstar, played by Katrina, while Anushka will also play a pivotal character.

Produced by Gauri Khan, 'Zero' is all set to release on December 21.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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