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Shah Rukh Khan celebrated 19 years of Devdas. The actor gave credit to the project team and exposed his only problem during the shooting.
Shah Rukh Khan celebrated 19 years of Devdas by sharing some of the pictures from the Sanjay Leela Bhansali film 'Devdas.' The actor plays a lead role. In contrast, Aishwarya Rai played 'Paro.' The film additionally featured Madhuri Dixit, Kirron Kher, and Jackie Shroff, among different stars.
Shah Rukh Khan shared pictures on Instagram and credited the group for Devdas' success. Notwithstanding, he revealed the 'issue' he faced during the shoot of the film.
"Every one of the late evenings… .the early mornings… . hard speed and issues. Worked out fine on account of the beautiful @madhuridixitnene. The shocking @aishwaryaraibachchan_arb, ever happy @apnabhidu dada, loaded with life @kirronkhermp and the entire group trudging it under the awesome and patient #sanjayleelabhansali. Just issue… .the dhoti continued tumbling off… .!! Thx for love, everybody. #19YearsOfDevdas," he said.
Madhuri also shared a picture on her Instagram handle to celebrate 19 years of Devdas. Notwithstanding, she paid tribute to Dilip Kumar, who played Devdas in 1955. She posts the banners of both Devdas films alongside an in the background picture with Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Shah Rukh on Instagram. She wrote, "Thinking back some incredible and cheerful recollections from the arrangements of Devdas. Indeed, even after 19 years, everything feels so new! Much thanks to you, Sanjay, for sharing these. Will Cherish these until the end of time! Here's our tribute to #DilipKumar; very much like #Devdas, you will keep on living on… until the end of time! #19YearsOfDevdas."
Jackie also shared pictures from the sets to Shah Rukh on Instagram and captioned, "Aaj Sirf 'Y' se yaad hello nahin, 'Y' se yakin Bhi Nahi ho Raha 19 saal hogaye Devdas ko! Shukriya, all the bondhu's who were important for the Saga! #Devdas."
Devdas released in 2002 and was among the greatest hits of the year. The film won 11 Filmfare Awards, including Best Film, Director, and Actor, and five National Film Awards, including Best Popular Film and Best Choreography for Dola Re Dola.