Shah Rukh Khan has been busy producing films these days rather than acting since the debacle of his film Zero. Recently, his film Kamyaab starring Sanjay Mishra was released. It did bag good reviews though failed to impress the audience at the box office. Paulo Coelho seems to have applauded his film and said he was moved with the way SRK has made the film as it somewhere resonated with the bestselling writer. Check his tweet done to Shah Rukh Khan as under:
The producers thank you in the very 1st frame, @iamsrk . I am doing the same.
2 days ago a great Brazilian actor , Flavio Migliaccio, committed suicide, leaving a note on how the industry treats their artists.
This movie, labeled as “comedy”, is in fact the tragedy of Art pic.twitter.com/t3qVxe4Aew
— Paulo Coelho (@paulocoelho) May 6, 2020
The film had a debutant director Hardik Mehta, and it showcases the struggles faced by character actors in Bollywood played by Sanjay Mishra. While talking about it he said the film though was billed like a comedy but it talks about the tragedy of art.
Later Shah Rukh Khan was quick to respond to Paulo by saying thank you for applauding his film. He then said that certain things become a sad reality of life when character actors are forgotten. He then asked him to take care and be safe in this lockdown. Check his tweet as under:
Saw the film when it was doing Festival rounds and it touched a chord with the whole team at @RedChilliesEnt Am so moved you appreciate. It’s a sad truth that character actors get forgotten. Look after yourself my friend and be safe & healthy https://t.co/4uKm1Zf5S2
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) May 6, 2020