Shahrukh Khan
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Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is riding high after the success of his recent release "Chennai Express", has said that he was looking forward to work with director Rohit Shetty again.

Shah Rukh has confirmed he might collaborate with Rohit again for a project that might go on floors next year.

"Some other film maybe, inshahAllah! Recently we (Rohit, Deepika Padukone and I) were driving back and we realised that we will not see each other as regularly after all this? And I told them I am feeling bad, as did Rohit and Deepika. So, Rohit asked if he should already start writing something, so that will give us something to look forward to. Even if it's a year later, Rohit has said he will work on something," Shah Rukh was quoted as saying by DNA.

"Chennai Express" is Shah Rukh's first release of the year and it has smashed several records by minting over ₹200 crore worldwide. Starring Deepika in the female lead role, the movie hit the screens on 9 August and did exceptional well on opening day and continues to dominate the collections at both domestic and international markets.

The 47-year-old actor went on to add that he gives his nod to a film only when he is excited about the project. "One thing I look forward too is the excitement of working with someone I have worked with before and have a rapport with. If I don't get that excitement,  ki dost hai yaar... chalo maza aayega... Woh achhi film hi bataa hai. Ab Karan hai, Adi hai acchi films banate hain, then I look for something different."

""My Name Is Khan" was a very new film, it was just completely different from what we have done before'. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi was exciting because Adi was deglamourising me. I am very lucky that I have directors who want to rediscover something new not only about me but themselves as well, through the films we do. Of course, we will be bound by how we think and what we know but our films will still have a similar style. But I don't sit down and think about anybody else," he added.

Shah Rukh, who has just recuperated from his shoulder surgery, will soon commence the shooting of Farah Khan's "Happy New Year" starring Abhishek Bachchan, Boman Irani and Vivaan Shah in lead roles. Deepika Padikone has been finalised for the female lead of the movie.