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Meet the president of Shah Rukh's bitching club!

Ravi Chandran and Shah Rukh Khan

We are sure you know all about Ravi K Chandran (left), the ace cinematographer. But here's something we bet you didn't know about the man behind the brilliant camera work in films like Black and Viraasat: Chandran is the 'president' of what Shah Rukh Khan calls his'bitching club!'

That's not all. Rani Mukerji only signs commercials if Ravi's the man behind the lens, and Chandran is a frequent visitor at King Khan's residence, where both are often engaged in long battles-- over Shah Rukh's PlayStation.

This Saturday, April 2,on Zoom's Main Hoon, the show 'exposing'Bollywood's technical wizards, Ravi K Chandran is showcased.

SRK, Amitabh Bachchan and Rani feature in the episode, with tons of trivia about the cameraman, who iscurrently working on Shah Rukh's home production, Amol Palekar's Paheli.

Catch the show to learn more about the industry's coolest cameraman.

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Number of User Comments: 7




Sub: Oh

same old boring srk stories....


Posted by shreya





Sub: Crap

This episode never came on TV. This week the show was on some photographer.


Posted by Ujjwala





Sub: taste

It's a bad taste stopry read in the morning. Does not give any news or story et-al.


Posted by KAPIL





Sub: HIIII

King Khan and Charismatic Chandran makes a good combination. I hope their future project (paheli) comes up with flying colors.


Posted by madan





Sub: forgot

a nice catchy heading but soory to say that the content is just a contradiction.There is not even B of bitching mentioned in the content. ...


Posted by baisakhi das




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