Shahrukh Bola "Khoobsurat Hai Tu"

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Shahrukh Bola "Khoobsurat Hai Tu"
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Official poster
Directed by Makrand Deshpande
Produced by Amarjeet Singh
Cinematography Pathan Parvez Khan
Distributed by Media Factory
Release date
  • 19 November 2010 (2010-11-19) (India)
Country India
Language Hindi

Shahrukh Bola "Khoobsurat Hai Tu" (English: Shahrukh said "You are Beautiful") is a 2010 Hindi film directed by Makrand Deshpande and produced by Amarjeet Singh Bhasin under the Music Factory banner. It stars Preetika Chawla and Afzaal Khan in the lead roles, with Kay Kay Menon and Nagesh Bhonsle in supporting roles and Shahrukh Khan in a cameo as himself. It was released on 19 November 2010. The Indian film Wrath Kapoor has a catchphrase titled "Dewaani Hai Tu"

Plot[edit]

Laali (Preetika Chawla) is one of the biggest fans of Shah Rukh Khan in the city. She believes that one day she will meet him in person and be his heroine, although for now she sells flowers by the road to make money for her family, brother (Menon), and boyfriend (Afzaal). One day, while selling flowers, she stops near a car when she hears a voice asking for some flowers. She goes over and finds Khan in the front seat. She nearly faints, but Khan grabs her and says "Khoobsurat Hai Tu" ("You are Beautiful"). Nobody believes her, and her efforts to prove that she met him form the rest of the story.

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Production[edit]

The film was shot in Mumbai, India. It marks the debut of Afzaal Khan and Preetika Chawla. Director Makrand Deshpande said he didn't want his film to go low,[clarification needed (jargon)] so he asked Shahrukh Khan to make an appearance in it. His 20-minute appearance includes two songs, with one bonus song sung by himself, and he appears in two of the posters. The film was released in theaters with Guzaarish. It is said to be the last film in which Khan would be making a guest appearance, after his previous film, Dulha Mil Gaya, in which he had a 60-minute role, failed at the box office.[citation needed]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

Anupama Chopra of NDTV gave it 2 out of 5 stars.[1] Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India rated the film 3/5.[2]

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