Shah Rukh Khan, who is best known for his charismatic personality and his superstardom, recently took to social media to consolidate his position as the King Khan of one liners as well!
The very name of Sumit Arora may or may not ring a bell to many, but his work surely will. For those who have seen the Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jawan will surely agree that, besides the towering presence of King Khan, the film also had its dialogues (mostly one liners) contributing in a big way to the film’s smashing success at the box office. Well, it is none other than Sumit Arora who needs to be credited for it, as he is the man behind all the ‘seeti maar’ dialogues in the film. As we always say, ‘Wherever there is Shah Rukh Khan, can there ever be a dull moment!’.
One of the best testimonies to this is the recent social media banter between Shah Rukh Khan and Sumit Arora. On his part, Sumit Arora took to social media and posted a photo frame of the graphical photograph (which was kept in his typewriter) of Shah Rukh Khan in his famous Jawan pose, in which he was holding a belt on his shoulders and a cigar on his lips. Sumit gave a totally apt caption stating, “When your dialogue becomes part of your home decor..”
On his part, Shah Rukh Khan wrote, “Maine bhi socha tha teri lines ek deewar par lagaunga. Itne lambe lambe lambe dialogues hain tere….itni lambi deewar hi nahi hai ghar mein!!!”( I too was thinking of making a photo frame of your dialogues. But, your dialogues are so very lengthy… I do not have that big of a wall in my house!”
Looking back, as for the film Jawan, ever since the time the film got released, it went onto create a hysteria of sorts with its box office collections not just in India, but also the world over. Till date, the film has managed to collect a staggering Rs. 1,148.32 crore globally. With this, the film went on to become the second-highest-grossing Hindi film and also the fifth highest-grossing Indian film.
Besides Shah Rukh Khan, the film also starred Deepika Padukone as the leading lady. Besides them, the film also starred Priyamani, Sanya Malhotra, Sunil Grover, and Yogi Babu in important roles. The film was directed by the southern whizkid Atlee.