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'War Machine' promotions: Brad Pitt reveals why he can't make in Bollywood like SRK

Shah Rukh Khan Was Seen Hosting Hollywood Actor Brad Pitt During A Special Chat Session In Mumbai. Pitt Had Made A Surprise Visit To The Country For The Promotions Of His Upcoming Netflix Satire 'War Machine'.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Ranpreet Kaur | Updated on: 25 May 2017, 07:19:26 AM
'War Machine' promotions: Brad Pitt reveals why he can't make in Bollywood like SRK

New Delhi:

Brad Pitt, recently stupefied the country after he made a surprise visit in India for the promotions of his upcoming movie 'War Machine'. And while we were still getting over this surprise, Brad made a confession about why he is unfit for Bollywood movies unlike superstar Shah Rukh Khan.

During a chat session with SRK, Brad admitted that he can't dance and sing like Bolywwod actors, which according to him is a key element for Hindi movies. "I wouldn't make it in Bollywood, I can't dance," the 'Troy' actor told Shah Rukh Khan.

To this SRK replied, "We will make you dance in Bollywood... We make everyone dance in Bollywood."

Isn't this a perfect reply?

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Shah Rukh, however, quipped that despite being in Bollywood for 25 years, he was yet to master he field of dance. SRK said he escaped complicated situations by just doing his signature spreading the arms move.

"I just spread my arms and do nothing, thats a step."

Khan even lauded Brad Pitt for his acting skills, and stated that '12 Monkeys' was his personal favourite.

"I find you amazing in that. You are fantastic. Thats when I became a fan of Brad as an actor. There are lots of them (movies)... Benjamin Button," SRK said.

Shah Rukh even took it to micro-blogging site Twitter to send his best wishes for Pitt's upcoming movie and wrote, "My best 2 David & Brad for the release of War Machine on @netflix Pleasure to meet u both & Brad the dance remains".

Talking about 'War Machine', the movie will have Pitt playing the role of US General, Glenn McMahon, posted in Afghanistan. Directed by Michod of "Animal Kingdom" fame, the film is inspired by the book "The Operators: The Wild & Terrifying Inside Story of Americas War in Afghanistan" by late journalist Michael Hastings. 'War Machine' will be out on Netflix on May 26.

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First Published : 25 May 2017, 07:05:00 AM

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