Shahrukh Khan starrer My Name Is Khan has completed seven years since its release. The film which was directed by Karan Johar received a lot of critical acclaim upon its release.
Upon its seventh anniversary, the veteran writer Paulo Coelho took to Facebook to appreciate the film, and also claimed that had Hollywood not been manipulative, Shah Rukh Khan could probably have won an Oscar for his performance.
“His first (and only) movie that I watched (this year even if it was released in 2008) was “My Name Is Khan”. And not only the movie was excellent, but SRK deserved an Oscar if Hollywood was not manipulated. He kindly offered to send the other titles – as you probably guess, it is not easy to find them in Switzerland.”
— Paulo Coelho (@paulocoelho) February 11, 2017
Shahrukh Khan humbly thanked the writer and expressing a desire to meet in person.
Thank u so much. My next journey is to try and meet u in person. Love and health to u. https://t.co/J2hMsBybI6
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) February 12, 2017
Earlier, SRK himself had taken to his Twitter feed to commemorate the 7th anniversary of the film, and revealed that he’s saddened to realise that the film still holds relevance.
It’s kinda sad too that MNIK is still relevant.But thx Karan Ravi Kajol SEL Shibani Niranjan Deepa Jimmy & all cast/crew for a special film
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) February 11, 2017