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It seemed like I won't get an award again, says Shah Rukh Khan

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Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan, known for delivering three blockbuster hits in 2023, was honoured with the prestigious Best Actor Award for his outstanding performance in the Atlee-directed film "Jawan" at the Dadasaheb Phalke International Awards in Mumbai.

In a trending acceptance speech captured in an inside video from the event, the 58-year-old actor expressed his doubts about winning an award after a considerable hiatus.

"I like awards. I am a bit greedy," Shah Rukh Khan humorously confessed. He extended his gratitude to the jury, saying, "I thank the jury who considered me worthy of the Best Actor award. I haven't been given the Best Actor Award in a long time. It seemed as if I would not get it again. So, I am extremely happy. I like awards. I am a bit greedy."

The actor went on to thank the team behind "Jawan," including director Atlee, co-stars Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi, and singer-songwriter Anirudh Ravichander.

Expressing his genuine thrill and appreciation for the recognition, Shah Rukh Khan emphasised the collaborative effort in bringing art to life, stating, "The work of an artist is not important; all the people around him or her make everything come together."

He concluded his heartfelt speech by promising to continue working hard to entertain audiences in India and abroad. "I promise I will keep working hard and entertain India and people who are living abroad as many years as I can. Whether it takes me to dance, to fall, to fly, to romance, to be evil, to be a bad guy, to be a good guy. Inshallah, I will keep working hard."

On the red carpet, Shah Rukh Khan shared a warm reunion with his "Kuch Kuch Hota Hain" co-star Rani Mukerji, and the duo twinned in black for a photo op.

The actor's recent appearance was in Rajkumar Hirani's "Dunki," co-starring Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal.

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