13 years of “My Name is Khan”

Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol’s film “My Name Is Khan” turned 13 on Sunday. Inspired by Karan Johar, the film was released in 2010 and was declared a smash hit. Rizwan Khan (Tanay Chheda) is a Muslim child who grew up with his brother Zakir and his mother Zarina Wahab in a middle-class family in the Borivali section of Mumbai. Rizwan is different from the other children, and no one, including his mother, can understand why. Directed by Karan Johar, My Name Is Khan captures the sad reality of Muslim immigrants in a post-9/11 America. On Saturday morning, filmmaker Karan Johar penned a heartwarming note for the movie, calling it “a super special film.” Karan took to Instagram Story, sharing a poster of the film and writing, “A super special film.” a spectacular time. #13YearsOfMNIK.” My Name Is Khan is a 2010 social drama film directed by Karan Johar. The film stars Shah Rukh as Rizwan Khan, an autistic Muslim, and Kajol as Mandira, his Hindu wife with a son from her previous marriage. Set in the United States, the plot revolves around Rizwan, who faces Islamophobic discrimination after the September 11 attacks. Discrimination leads to the murder of his stepson, who was killed in a racist brawl with fellow college students. His wife, Mandira, Sameer’s mother, blames Rizwan, and he consequently sets out on a journey to meet the president of the country and absolve himself. Karan’s Dharma Productions shared a note on Instagram too. A powerful movie that portrays the concept of good and evil through the journey of a “righteous man,” Rizwan Khan. A film that tugs at heartstrings with lessons of faith, love, loss, and family.

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