King of romance Shah Rukh Khan latest hit ‘Raees’ has done well at box office. Shah Rukh Khan has said that there is no point in comparing his film with Aamir Khan ‘Dangal’ and Salman Khan ‘Sultan’.
‘Raees’ which was released on January 25, has recorded a great opening and is witnessing a good run at the ticket window. The film has done far better than what the film’s team was expecting from the movie.
Recently, Shah Rukh Khan has said that every movie has its own place and its own business. Every film are different. It is weird to compare every film with the same barometer. Further, Shah Rukh has said that every film has it own limited business.
Shah Rukh Khan has added that at this point in time we are little beyond in comparing our films with others. For us, it is nice to know that everything is going well.
Further, king of romance has said that if I start comparing my films with others, then the sky will be the limit. SRK has said all this in the success party of the Rahul Dholakia directed film ‘Raees’.
In the success party, Shah Rukh Khan has said that if the movie reaches the limit which is set by the makers then the job will be done. He has said that why we need to compare ‘Raees’ with the last biggest hits, like ‘Sultan’ and ‘Dangal’ which are bigger hits than this movie can ever be.
Further, Shah Rukh has added that comparing film from outside is very good. But we know there is a limit that it will go to of comparing film from inside and if it reaches that we will be happy. Shah Rukh Khan is happy because the audience has taken the film positively.
The film has entered the club of Rs 100 crore and is ready to make new records. ‘Raees’ has gone through intelligent marketing to the unique way of promotions.
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