Shah Rukh Khan is all set to spend some quality me time by watching Alia Bhatt’s Darlings; Tweets, “Just mees spoilingss mees on a days offs pleaj”

Shah Rukh Khan tweeted he will be seeing Darlings, starring Alia Bhatt, after being preoccupied with work for the last few days. Netflix has the movie accessible for streaming.

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After being engaged with filming for the past few days, Shah Rukh Khan revealed on Twitter on Friday that he will be watching Alia Bhatt, Shefali Shah, and Vijay Verma’s Darlings on Netflix. In a tweet, SRK pleaded with internet users to refrain from giving out plot details about the movie. Darlings is rumoured to include intriguing story twists, therefore SRK did not want the moviegoing experience to be ruined for him by knowing too much about it beforehand. Darlings is co-produced by Red Chillies Entertainment, which is owned by Shah Rukh.

Darlings, Alia Bhatt’s first film, has succeeded in touching the appropriate nerves of the audience. The majority of reviews for the movie are favourable, and the principal actors’ performances and the plot have both received appreciation. Jasmeet K Reen’s directing and plot, who is making her directorial debut with this movie, have also received praise. The central theme of Darlings is an abusive marriage between the husband (Vijay Verma) and wife (Alia Bhatt). Darlings has Shefali Shah as Alia’s mother on film. Those who have already seen darlings have appreciated the connection between Alia and Shefali.

SRK has been really busy shooting his forthcoming movie Dunki. He just got back from the Budapest filming set. It is advertised as an “emotional romantic comedy” and is scheduled for release in theatres on December 22, 2023. A Punjabi youngster reportedly immigrates to Canada in Dunki. Gauri Khan, Shah Rukh’s wife, is also involved in the making of this movie. Dunki, which also stars Taapsee Pannu and SRK, is helmed by renowned director Rajkumar Hirani.

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