The actor, who considers Shah Rukh his inspiration, seems to be on cloud nine and elated in the clip wherein the 'DDLJ' star can be seen mimicking a dialogue of Rajkummar's flick 'Stree'.
'Made in China' review: The Rajkummar Rao starrer is watchable, socially-relevant but lacks intensity
A fairly entertaining watch coupled with a good message, but lack of a more intense approach pulls down the characters.
The actor, who was first noticed in 2003's "Munnabhai MBBS", says he enjoys the process of creating someone -- who may have a style of speech or walking.
The video begins with the clip of the movie where the "Titanic" star asks a person to sell him a pen.
Rajkummar lost his father Satyapal Yadav in September this year and his mother passed away while he shooting for the 2017 film, "Newton".
Produced by Maddock Films in association with Jio Studios, 'Made In China' is set to release around Diwali this year.
Actor Rajkummar Rao is flying high as 'Odhani', the first song of his upcoming film 'Made In China', is out now.
Mouni Roy is happy with the positive response to the trailer of 'Made In China', and says the film has got a magical touch.
Mikhil Musale is impressed with Rajkummar Rao's dedication towards a project, and says the actor has spoiled him for life.
Ittymaani: Made in China can be easily described using the tagline of Karan Johar's Kabhie Khushi Kabhie Gham—It's all about loving your parents.
Mohanlal will be appearing in a dual role in Ittyaamni: Made in China, which is expected to be a fun-filled entertainer.
The latest study by T-Works, a prototyping facility initiated by the State government, shows why products made in China are more popular in the country than their Indian counterparts.
Though the Chinese market resembled India’s, with high branded generics share, and low regulatory requirements, following reforms, China could resemble EU.
The audience has also showered him with love by making his films like Stree, Bareilly Ki Barfi, Queen and Kai po che! box-office hits. But he is yet to feel like a star.
United States said on Tuesday that it still held the threat of imposing tariffs on USD50 billion of imports from China and would use it unless Beijing addressed the issue of theft of US IPR.