SRK celebrates success of ‘Raees’ with Nawaz, Sunny Leone

‘Raees’ has given B-town its first hit of the year.

Published: 31st January 2017 11:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st January 2017 11:25 AM   |  A+A-

A still from SRK's film 'Raees'


NEW DELHI: 2017 has started with a bang for Bollywood. ‘Raees’, which is making quite a noise in the showbiz, has given B-town its first hit of the year, thereby giving Shah Rukh Khan a reason to celebrate.

SRK can’t seem to get over the love the people have shown to his latest offering. The ‘Dilwale’ star, who yesterday arrived from Pune, celebrated the success of his movie ‘Raees’ with the entire team including director Rahul Dholakia, co-star Nawazuddin Siddiqui and actress Sunny Leone besides others.

The 51 year-old-actor appeared to be on cloud nine during the success bash and was shaking a leg with Sunny Leone. 

Nawazuddin was all gaga over Shah Rukh for his acting skills. The ‘Badlapur’ star said, “I was not able to take my eyes off him. He just goes onto some other level. I just wanted to keep looking at him. That was an emotional moment for me.”

The success becomes even more special as the movie took on another B-Town hunk Hrithik Roshan starrer ‘Kaabil’ at the box-office. Both movies are faring well, but ‘Raees’ has taken a lead in terms of collection. 

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