Mumbai, Aug 17 - Shah Rukh Khan says his life may be seen like an open book, but there is part about his personality that no one knows about.
My life is like an open book, everywhere I go people see my picture, Twitter... everything...I am very happy that people think they know everything about me. But there is a side of me which people do not know about, said Shah Rukh during a group interview.
Explaining his point, he said: Business of entertainment is about being aware of what people like...The creativity is a very solo thing, it's very lone and it is done behind the closed doors. My creativity is very lonely, which nobody understands...I don't discuss the process.
The superstar is right now looking forward to release his next venture - Happy New Year, which involves him as an actor and producer.
Directed by Farah Khan and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment, the ensemble heist drama also starring the likes of Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Boman Irani, Jackie Shroff and Vivaan Shah, will come out during Diwali.
Priyanka loves Madonna's 'guts'
Actress Priyanka Chopra says she has been idolising Madonna since childhood and loves the pop star's bold personality.
The Frozen hitmaker turned 56 on Saturday and the Krrish 3 star took to Twitter to wish her.
Happy bday to my childhood idol @Madonna ! #RebelWithoutACause !love the guts u live your life with!! So many memories.. #Secret, Priyanka tweeted.
Vidyut Jammwal not doing any Marathi film
Actor Vidyut Jammwal has been in the news for being cast in Marathi version of Hollywood film 17 Again. But he says the news is false.
It was reported that the Zac Effron and Matthew Perry-starrer 2009 comedy 17 Again would soon be recreated in Marathi with Vidyut in the cast.
But he took to Facebook to quash the reports.
Please don't rely on rumours and unverified news stories. I'm NOT doing any Marathi film as of now. If ever something happens, you'll know it from me, Vidyut said in his post.
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