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Shah Rukh Khan clarifies he’s not arrogant to assume Pathaan, Dunki and Jawan will be hits: ‘If I didn’t have the faith…’ -Newzflash

Shah Rukh Khan is returning to the big screen after a gap of five years. The star has blocked 2023 with three films—Pathan, Jawan and Dunki. A while ago, the actor had said that he was sure that the films would be hits. He recently clarified his statement saying that he was not arrogant but in fact has immense confidence in his upcoming releases.

SRK, who was recently in Sharjah to attend the 41st edition of Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF) 2022 at the Expo Centre, said at the event, “People think I am pompous if I answer that way, I answer honestly. I don’t think I need to be nervous. They (films) are all going to be super hits. I want to explain the lack of arrogance in this statement – that’s the belief I sleep with and wake up with. That’s the belief that makes me at the age of 57, go and do stunts, jump, work 18 hours a day. Because if I didn’t have the faith that I do at the end of it all to make a great product that many people would like, I would not be able to do it.”

SRK said it is like a ‘child-like faith’ as ​​he is confident that he has given his best. He said: “This is not an arrogant statement, it’s what I believe as I sit there. I’m not nervous. I think they’re wonderful films. It’s a childlike belief that ‘look, I’ve done my best, prepare my best. I must pass with flying colors”. it happened to many of us, at least to me when I was a small child. I remember passing my maths exam. I did very well and as a result I got 3 out of 100. But I thought I did well. Sometimes that happens with movies too.” SRK’s previous release was Zero which starred Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma and failed to perform at the box office.

Pathaan, which also stars John Abraham and Deepika Padukone, releases on January 25.

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