Cur­rency chaos set­tling down?

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - TIME OUT - IANS

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.

PHOTO: PU­NIT PARAN­JPE /AFP

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