Published On: Sat, Apr 16th, 2016

Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan Movie Review and Rating, Audience Reaction

Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan Movie: Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan movie is the first big film of Shah Rukh Khan in 2016. Movie has finally released and Shah Rukh Rocked the Show for the audience. Shah Rukh Khan wan in his double Avatars as Aryan Khanna and Guarav. Sharukh khan was in full flow in his bothy Avatars. The Acting and Performance of Shah Rukh Khan was Mindblowing in this movie.

Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan Movie Review and Rating, Audience Reaction

The Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan Movie has been praised for the performance of Shah Rukh Khan and his performance was the sole selling point of the movie. The film is produced by Aditya Choopra under the banner of Yash raj films. The Plot of the movie revolves around the Obsessive Fan of the Star. The music of the Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan movie is composed by Vishal – Shekhar. The Shah Rukh Khan Has once again that he can play any role. The most famous dialogue of the movie is, ‘’ as if mean every word, that he, Aryan, exists only because of his fans. Many Bollywood celebrities, Parineeti Chopra, Ranvir Singh, Preity Zinta praised Shah Rukh Khan.

Review, Rating and Audience Reaction about Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan movie

Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan Movie Review and Rating, Audience Reaction

Fan Movie review:  Fan movie is a conclusive success. The acting of Shah Rukh Khan was awesome. He put all his strength, experiences in this movie. He plays the role of both his fan and the star. It was so awesome that one Bollywood star is playing the character of a  star.

Box Office collection of Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan Movie:  Shah rukh Khan Fan movie has already got a great opening at the box office. The box office collectionare yet to be released but it seems that the box office collection will be huge.The audience are praising for the work of Shah rukh Khan.

Ratings: Critic Taran Adarsh from Bollywood hungama gave the film 3.5 stars out of 5 and opined, “On the whole, FAN has a brilliant first half, but loses track in the second hour, only to pick up again towards the pre-climax. The writing should’ve been tighter, while the absence of music [it’s a songless film!] may also prove a stumbling block, but what works, and works big time, is the terrific act by SRK as the fan. And that’s enough reason for you to watch this thriller