Farah Khan
Bollywood stars (L-R) Suniel Shetty, Amrita Rao, director Farah Khan and Shah rukh Khan hold compact discs as they pose for photographers during the soundtrack release of their new movie 'Main Hoon Na' or 'I am there', in Bombay February 27, 2004.Reuters

Shah Rukh Khan had won hearts as the army officer who had to play a college student for a mission in "Main Hoon Na." The 2004 release, which did well at the box office, celebrated its 12 years on April 30.

The film's director Farah Khan tweeted about it with a few pictures from the sets of "Main Hoon Na." Also, SRK tweeted about his emotions attached to this film and how much he wanted to be back with the team. In reply, Farah hinted at a sequel of the movie.

"Making films with friends is so beautiful.Big hug Farah Zayed Sush Amrita Mani Anu Suniel & all stars & crew for MHN. & so many others for the hug for MHN. Boman Shirish Harry Keiten Binduji Rakhi Kabir Naseer Kiran & the spitting Satish. Thx @TheFarahKhan, [sic]" SRK tweeted.

King Khan's close friend Farah replied: "Cm on lets plan part 2. [sic]" Fans would love to see a sequel to this wonderful flick. From the Sushmita Sen-SRK jodi to Suniel Shetty's villain avatar, the film had all kinds of Bollywood elements.

Shah Rukh has done several films with Farah, like "Om Shanti Om" and "Happy New Year," but the 2004 release was one of the best films of the duo. Their last film together was "HNY," which did not impress critics, but did quite well at the box office.

Shah Rukh recently appeared in the film "Fan," which didn't earn much but has been loved by the audience. The actor will also be seen in many projects in the upcoming months. He will appear in Rahul Dholakia's "Raees," in which he plays a Gujarati bootlegger.

He is also a part of Gauri Shinde's untitled film, which features Alia Bhatt in the lead. He has further signed an Aanand L Rai film, in which he will play a dwarf, and another project with Imtiaz Ali.