Shah Rukh Khan is often tagged as the commercial actor but the man has also acted in a few serious and well-crafted films.
He has ruled the box office with blockbusters like "Chennai Express" and "Happy New Year" but the superstar is now contemplating on doing a few grey roles.
The coming year has an interesting line-up of films like "Raees", "Fan" and Gauri Shinde's untitled next for the star, but it could get better if he manages to get the remake rights for popular television series "Breaking Bad."
SRK has been in talks with people who may help him recreate Walter White's madness on the big screen.
"But the story of a man who is going to die and takes a chance to save his family is a good premise for a feature film. I have asked some people who have said that they would get me the rights. I am at that age when it will be interesting to take up such a role," Khan told The Indian Express.
The charming 50-year-old strongly believes the content or the premise of the show wouldn't be welcomed warmly on Indian television.
"Not for television. I want to make it into a movie. As a series, it is too evolved to come on Indian television. The Indian audience won't be accepting of meth, drugs and the mafia," a leading daily quoted SRK.
In other news, Shah Rukh Khan will be next seen in Rohit Shetty's "Dilwale" alongside Kajol, Varun Dhawan, and Kriti Sanon. The film is scheduled to release on Friday, 18 December.