Gauri Khan who is also known as The First Lady of Bollywood has many friends in the industry even though she is not an actor. "Like, oh my goodness". "Perhaps the biggest ovation we've had in the series", added Letterman.
The one minute thirteen second teaser shares glimpses of the entire episode including the interview and Shah Rukh's and Letterman's opinion about each other. The show will be presented as a stand-alone special on Netflix and combines two interests for which Letterman is renowned: in-depth conversations, and in-the-field segments expressing his curiosity and humour.
Talking about the experience of being on the show, SRK said, "The most fun I've had being interviewed".
And now Netflix has released the trailer in which Shah Rukh is seen cooking Italian food for David while cracking some jokes. "The scripting was very good. the performance fell short", Shah Rukh told David Letterman. "Will take some time once I get the material right". Thank you so much David Letterman for being so gracious and all happiness. (Sir today is Dussehra, why don't you burn Ra-One's CD)", to which Shah Rukh sportingly replied, "Arre kitna jale pe namak chidhoge! Here's the promo of My Next Guest.
The glimpses that the episode gives us shows, David Letterman being astonished how the studio audience went insane after Shah Rukh joined him on stage and the talk show host exclaimed, 'Oh My Goodness, it is perhaps the biggest ovation we've had in the series.' Known for his wit and humor, David cut off the uproar saying, 'That's all the time we have'.
Shah Rukh recently produced Bard Of Blood, starring Emraan Hashmi, which aired on Netflix.
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