Currency chaos settling down?
While many single screen cinema halls in India have been badly affected by the scrapping of high denomination currency notes, this hasn’t deterred actor Shah Rukh Khan’s (left) spirits. The actor feels that the situation is improving.
“I think things will get better as the execution of system takes place. So, I think initially many people made the choice that entertainment can take a back seat. Certain luxuries have to take a back seat when there is a cash crunch,” said SRK.
“But I think as we have been assured, it is easing off. We noticed that with Dear Zindagi. There is a positive difference as far as spending money on entertainment is concerned,” he added.
The actor whose next role has shades of grey, said, “I try my best not to repeat my roles. I try not to be like my characters in Anjaam (1994) or Darr (1993). If it becomes the same type of genre, then there is no point.”
“I believe you should not justify a bad man as a bad character. I think he is a bad man but he has a good heart. No matter where you reach in your life, as long as you take responsibilities for your actions,” he said.