Bollywood’s ‘Badshah’ Shah Rukh Khan says that he never gave a message like ‘Chak De’ to the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) players. Shahrukh is actually a Bollywood film Chak De! India was referring to his role as Kabir Khan, coach of the Indian women’s hockey team proved to be the underdog.
In the film, the Indian women’s hockey team manages to win the World Cup under the guidance of Kabir Khan.
Kabir Khan’s ’70 minutes’ message to the team players before the final match in the film became an example.’ However, as a co-owner, he never gave such a message to his IPL team, but in this case, Shahrukh plays a very different role.
Shah Rukh reminisced the moments when his team Kolkata Knight Riders became IPL champions for the first time in 2012.
Shahrukh said, “I was just hanging there, both my arms were swinging on my balcony. Perhaps this was the reason that when we won, it was a sign of confidence because by that time many people had advised me to sell the team, which I would never do. We won because of trust and confidence. ‘
Shahrukh told, “Actually, the first match we won, I was going to jump from my balcony, but I think my children, I think it was my daughter (Suhana) who caught me. I could catch a flight that night, but I stayed home. ‘
Shahrukh said, ‘I have been a very small player all my life, so I never gave him a lesson like’ Chak De ‘! I have never done that. ”Shah Rukh spoke openly to Star Sports’ show Cricket Connected. Former KKR captain and BJP MP Gautam Gambhir was also part of the episode.