SRK positive about 'Dilwale' despite MNS threats

PTI11_9_2015_000256B 'Dilwale' actors during a promotional event

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is positive that "good" things are in store for his forthcoming release Dilwale, despite news that Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) has asked people to boycott the movie.

MNS has reportedly made the demand on the pretext that Shah Rukh has ignored the plight of farmers in Maharashtra, though he has provided financial aid of Rs.1 crore to the Chennai flood victims.

At an event to launch the song "Tukur tukur" from his film, when the actor was asked about it, he said: "Please don't talk about such things before the release of the film. But Inshallah, everything will be positive and good with our film".

Dilwale, directed by Rohit Shetty, is releasing on December 18 alongside Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Bajirao Mastani".

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