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Not ‘Deewana’, Shahrukh made his gay debut in this film, got National Award

Shahrukh Khan made his entry in Bollywood in the year 1992 with the film ‘Deewana’. Apart from Shahrukh in this film, Divya Bharti and Rishi Kapoor were in lead roles. However, many of Shah Rukh’s fans might not know that Shah Rukh made his debut in an English telefilm long before ‘Deewana’.

This film came in the year 1989
Yes, you read it right. The script of this 1989 film was written by Arundhati Roy and directed by Pradeep Krishna. In the beginning of this film In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones, Shah Rukh Khan has appeared in two scenes in which he was in the role of gay. Apart from Shahrukh Khan in this film, Manoj Bajpayee has also been seen in the role that disappears in the blink of an eye.

Shahrukh’s voice does not seem
In this film, he is seen speaking a long dialogue. His voice also sounds quite different. Hearing his voice, many fans also feel that his voice has been dubbed.

Shahrukh was quite uncomfortable and nervous during the shoot.
In one of his earlier interviews, Shah Rukh Khan had said that he was very uncomfortable and nervous when the shooting was going on, especially because of the flirtation in his eyes.

This film won 2 National Awards in 1989
It is said that this film was based on Anand Grover. Arjun Raina was seen in the title character of this film. Apart from this, Arundhati Roy also appeared in an important role along with Roshan Seth. In those days both Shahrukh Khan and Manoj Bajpayee used to be struggling actors. This film won 2 National Awards in 1989. It is said that the original print of this film has been lost and only its copies are left.

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