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Sridevi and Alia Bhatt. Related News The best of Shah Rukh Khan gets translated on the silver screen when he is romancing some of his most ravishing leading ladies including Kajol Rani Mukerji Karisma Kapoor and Alia Bhatt Now in Aanand L Rai’s next the cine fans will experience the same old magic Shah Rukh has already shot with Sridevi Karisma Kajol Rani and Alia A spokesperson of Red Chillies confirmed the news saying “SRK recently shot with a few of his leading ladies for his upcoming movie with Aanand L Rai It was a great experience for him to work with all the gorgeous women and share screen space with them all over again” With a career lasting over 25 years Shah Rukh Khan has created a legacy that will always be remembered by Hindi cinema fans all over the world He is known as the ‘King of Romance’ and rightly so because even after more than two decades in the movies fans still love him enough to queue outside the theaters to watch him play a romantic hero On Monday morning Shah Rukh Khan shared two images and they were packed with nostalgia One was a reminder of the Kuch Kuch Hota Hai days with Rani Mukerji and Kajol SRK was last seen opposite Kajol in Rohit Shetty’s 2015 film Dilwale But the last time the audience got to see Rani and SRK was way back in 2006 in Karan Johar’s film Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna The second image shared by Shah Rukh Khan has him posing with three of his co-stars Sridevi Karisma Kapoor and Alia Bhatt Shah Rukh Khan and Sridevi had worked together in the 1996 film Army where Shah Rukh had a small role The characters of Karisma Kapoor and SRK were loved by the viewers in Yash Chopra’s Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) and with Alia Bhatt SRK was seen in the role of a therapist in last year’s Gauri Shinde film Dear Zindagi See Shah Rukh Khan’s latest post with his leading ladies here: Sum nites the stars with u shine brighter than the ones in the skyThank u ladies for ur graciousness beauty & love pictwittercom/FNrb5jZZpu — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) October 2 2017 Shah Rukh Khan didn’t attain the tag of ‘King of Romance’all by himself His leading ladies deserve much of the credit SRK’s career span has allowed him to work with senior actors like Sridevi as well as fairly new actors like Alia Bhatt While some of these casting experiments were received less warmly than the others SRK has managed to create some magic with all his co-stars This photo is a treat for all SRK fans For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: December 1 2017 11:05 pm Lajong beat I-League debutants Gukulam Kerala FC (Source: File) Top News Having begun their I-League campaign with a win Shillong Lajong would look to build a winning momentum when they take on Churchill Brothers in their second home fixture in Shillong on Saturday Lajong beat I-League debutants Gukulam Kerala FC 1-0 on November 27 in their opening match at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium but assistant coach Alison was not impressed with the performance of his players “It was good football but not attractive football (in the first match) For the next match I expect my boys to play better and focus more on attacking” Alison said He said his boys have gained confidence after the first win and have been training hard to make it two in two in their opening two home fixtures “After the win on Monday the boys have gained more confidence But now our main focus is the next match against Churchill The boys have recovered well from the first match and we have been training hard We are ready for our second home match” Alison added Churchill will be playing their opening match and for the newly appointed head coach Shevchenko on Saturday’s match will be his first Asked about his strategy against the home team Shevchenko preferred not to disclose much and stated that his team would play according to a plan on Saturday “We have not had too much time to prepare as the foreigners arrived late but for the Indian players the preparation has been good” Shevchenko said “It is a fresh team and we will get better game by game” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWhen spray-painting a door move the sprayer smoothly and continuously maintaining a constant distance from the surface Overlap preceding passes by about a third On each pass begin spraying before the spray tip is over the door and don’t release the trigger till the paint fan is past the far edge Use your free hand as shown to keep the hose out of the way Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers Painting a door is easiest if you pull the hinge pins and lay the door across a pair of sawhorses For the best-looking results remove all door hardware except the hinge leaves especially if you’re spray-painting (If you leave hinges on and mask them carefully doors are more likely to hang correctly when reinstalled) If you prefer not to remove the old latch mechanism and escutcheons carefully mask them too If you’re brush-painting a flush door (flat surface) divide it into several imaginary rectangles each half the width of the door Apply paint with the grain and overlap the edges of adjacent sections Work from top to bottom Painting panel doors is similar but work from the inside out: Paint the insides of the panels first then the rails (horizontal pieces) top to bottom and finally the vertical stiles To paint both sides of a door without waiting for the first painted side to dry drive a pair of nails into the top and bottom of the door; then rest those nails on a pair of sawhorses You and a helper can grab the nails and flip the door over When both sides are dry pull the nails; then fill and paint the holes Thanks to Greg Scillitani for sharing this tip—just one of the thousands of field-tested tips and techniques that you’ll find in Renovation 4th Edition Brand new from The Taunton Press R4‘s 614 pages include 250+ technical drawings 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