Shah Rukh Khan leaves fans in awe with letter to Pathaan assistant director
- Shah Rukh Khan gave a handwritten note to his assistant director, Abhishek Tiwari.
- The letter also contained Al Pacino's name scribbled in bold, among other contents.
- Pathaan is set to release on January 25, 2023.
With a handwritten note to a crew member from his next film Pathaan, Shah Rukh Khan has wowed his followers. The letter was written to Abhishek Anil Tiwari, who works as an assistant director on Siddharth Anand's film, Pathaan, which will also be Shah Rukh's first film in almost four years.
Abhishek re-posted the letter on Instagram after it was shared by a member of the film industry. He added in his post that Shah Rukh's gesture has left him "speechless." The page contained Shah Rukh's handwriting on it, as well as actor Al Pacino's name scribbled in bold.
The letter read, “To Abhishek, Thank you for making Pathaan. Such a wonderful experience for all of us, especially me. You are a gem, my man. The hard work, efficiency, and smiles with which you pulled off such difficult work is much appreciated. Also I love the fact that you love your drinks, man. Have a good life in cinema- will miss u lots." Shah Rukh signed off the letter by writing 'Love,' and adding his signature.
Since then, the message has been widely circulated on social media, with people applauding Shah Rukh for his thoughtfulness. A fan commented, "@iamsrk is pure love," while another wrote, "Bilkul doctor wali hand writing hai....jo sirf doctor hi smjh skta hai.... Ye sirf king khan hi smjh skte hai...”
Pathaan is set to release on January 25, 2023, in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. It will mark Shah Rukh's first film since Zero, which released in December 2018. Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone were recently in Spain for a Pathaan shoot. Some photos from the sets went viral as well, revealing Shah Rukh's remarkable physical metamorphosis. "Shah Rukh agar thoda Rukh bhi gaya toh Pathaan ko kaise rokoge.. Apps aur Abs sab bana dalunga" the actor subsequently wrote of his chiselled look for the film.