I don't know what's different: Shahrukh Khan

<a href='//www.bollywoodmantra.com/celebrity/shahrukh-khan/' title='Shahrukh Khan' class='article_display_tag' data-id='shahrukh-khan' id='article_tag_data_shahrukh-khan' style='display: inline-block;'><strong>Shahrukh Khan</strong></a>He storms in two hours late on the music launch of his forthcoming film, 'Main Hoon Na' and the media men start running behind him. When he jokes, everyone laughs. When he speaks, every one listens with rapt attention. That is the magic of Shahrukh Khan!
On why he came late:
I have just arrived from Dubai after the Zee Cine Awards. Since the past one month, I have been running up and down fetching consolation prizes (smiles).

On 'Main Hoon Na':
I have already seen it 18 times. I am as excited as I was at the time of my first release.

On the USP of the film:
It has everything- fun, romance, emotions, dances, action. It's a typical Hindi film.

On his co-stars Zayed Khan and Suniel Shetty:
Though Suniel is such a senior, we were good to each other but never at a pally level- until 'MHN' started. As for Zayed, I feel that my son should grow up and be like him.

On working with a senior veteran like Bindu:
More than anything else, it was honoourable. Her professionalism was to be seen to be believed.

On whether this youth-centric character brought nostagiic memories of college days:
I am not old that I need to get nostalgic about my college days. I am young and feel young. Do you know that I am a child at heart?

On whether we'll see a different Shah Rukh Khan in 'MHN':
I don't know what's different. I don't know what's parallel cinema. I don't know what's crossover cinema.

On whether 'MHN' has an international market:
Of course, it has. 'MHN' is just like any other film. In fact, 'MHN' has a big resemblance to the films which were made in 70s.

Courtesy: Teen Station