Shah Rukh Khan and Farah Khan coming together for a film usually means a commercial entertainer in the making, but this time it's far from it.
Talking to The Asian Age about her next, Farah said the superstar is thrilled to be producing it adding that it revolves around the story of two girls and is a smaller film than her last.
"It doesn't have these big item songs, it's Allahabad-based. It's real, not larger than life. It doesn't have the trappings of a commercial film. It's fun but it also says something. It has a message — but not in a boring, arty or preachy way," the leading daily quoted her as saying.
Surprisingly, SRK won't be acting in it and it's the girls who are the "real heroes" of the film. However, what's interesting to note is, the choreographer-director told BollywoodLife last year that she always writes scripts for the charming actor.
"However, I have not decided who I will cast yet. When it is Shah Rukh I know I am writing for him, but right now let me first finish the script and have a good look at it, then I will decide who to cast," the web portal quoted her as saying. Meanwhile, the cast, genre and the shooting schedule is yet to be disclosed.
In other news, SRK has Maneesh Sharma's "Fan" and Rahul Dholakia's "Raees" lined up for release on 15 April and Eid, respectively. Both the films are, so far, looking good and different from what he has been doing in the last few years.