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Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan has a huge fan following across the world. Not only Bollywood directors, but Khan is also a favourite of Hollywood directors. 

Khan, who was recently named the second richest actor, has been invited to attend the premiere of Hollywood movie "Hercules" by filmmaker Brett Ratner.

Ratner took to his Twitter handle to invite the actor and also to say that he is one of his favourite actors.

"My favorite actors ever are John Cazale, Sterling Hayden, Peter Sellers, Timothy Carey, John Cassavetes... And of course Shah Rukh Khan, Robert Deniro and Al Pacino," he tweeted.

SRK, who was humbled by the gesture, replied to the actor, "Thank you so much.. That's quite a compliment".

The conversation went further and Ratner invited SRK for the premiere.

"@iamsrk Please come for my premiere for @HerculesMovie to Hollywood?"

To which, the actor SRK replied, "@BrettRatner would love to. I am a huge fan of your work. Will be an honour. All the best for Hercules."

Bollywood is certainly making its mark across the world with its films and stars.

Recently, heartthrob Hrithik Roshan was spotted having dinner with The Fast & The Furious" director Rob Cohen in Mumbai.

The Jr. Roshan has been in touch with Cohen from quite a few months and when he was on his visit to India he dined with Hrithik, Rakesh Roshan and Pinky Roshan, The Times of India reported.

The rendezvous has given rise to speculations that Cohen wants to cast the Bollywood hunk in his upcoming film. However, nothing has been announced yet.

Not only the cast, Hollywood stunt directors are also working in Bollywood films.

Sanjay Gupta has roped in Hollywood stunt director Spiro Razatos to direct action scenes for Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in his upcoming film "Jazbaa".

Razatos will be directing the stunt scenes for the Bollywood diva and former Miss World, The Times of India reported.

Another Hollywood action director Andy Armstrong was in Abu Dhabi to direct action scenes in Hrithik and Katrina Kaif starrer "Bang Bang".