No matter who you are or what you do, there is that one person or even few people whom you admire. These people whom you admire can be your parent, celebrities, teacher or any friend of yours. When it comes to admiring a celebrity, well, we all admire someone or the other. But as it’s a universal fact, admiring celebrities is not limited to people like us, the general, ‘not-known-to-everyone’ public. Even celebrities admire other celebrities.
King of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan just shared a ‘fanboy’ moment with us over social media this afternoon! Buzz was made when Bollywood’s King Khan met Hollywood’s top filmmaker Christopher Nolan in Mumbai.
Christopher Nolan is the man who has given us films like ‘The Dark Knight’, ‘Inception’ and ‘Interstellar’. He is an inspiration for many of us and the youth loves him. SCI-FI, superhero movies are totally his thing.
SRK took to Twitter and shared a glimpse of their meeting. The 52-year-old’s tweet clearly shows how big a fan of the filmmaker Shah Rukh is.
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 31, 2018
Christopher Nolan is currently in India for knowing more about the cause of film preservation and restoration. Filmmaker-archivist Shivendra Singh Dungarpur is hosting Nolan for all the three days of his visit in India. Earlier, Kamal Haasan bonded with the Hollywood filmmaker over their movies and even gave him a digital print of his film ‘Hey Ram’, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Rani Mukherji.
A discussion on ‘Reframing The Future Of Film’ is going to take place on April 1 in Mumbai with Nolan, Dean and Dungarpur.
📷 Christopher Nolan with Indian actor and director Kamal Haasan in dinner for 'Reframing the Future of Film' event, in Mumbai, India, 30 March 2018. #ChristopherNolan #KamalHaasan pic.twitter.com/ft4sn54Mem
— John Sant (@JohnSant87) March 30, 2018
Earlier, another public discussion took place on Friday on ‘Process and the Non-Deliberate Act’. There are also reports about a roundtable discussion between Nolan and the whose-who of Bollywood. Nolan will be present for the screenings of two of his recent Oscar-nominated films “Dunkirk” and “Interstellar”.