Throughout the years discoursed of King Khan have been utilized to charm young ladies, yet his exchange in the up and coming film, "Raees" has had a noteworthy effect on a shoemaker.
A shoemaker, Shyam Bahadur Rohidas, who lives in Mumbai, has set up the exchange, "Koi Dhandha Chota Nahi Hota Aur Dhandhe Se Bada Koi Dharam Nahi Hota" from Shah Rukh Khan starrer-Raees in his shop which propelled him, all things considered.
Rohidas, who hails from Sultanpur in Uttar Pradesh, was roused from this hard-hitting exchange, which thus motivated him to set up a pennant on the dividers of his roadside shop.
The shoemaker's story is both remarkable and tragic. Explaining on his profession decision, Rohidas said, "My Father used to work in a processing plant and was low maintenance shoemaker after his work hours, I came to Mumbai for an occupation and that is the point at which I took in the art. I have aced the expertise all alone legitimacy regardless of being the child of a shoemaker."
Talking further of his accomplishments and fulfillment got from his work, he shares, "I have buckled down and I possess a shop now. I am my own manager and that abandons me upbeat and substance. My work is my love."
It is gladdening to realize that a discourse mouthed by SRK has the ability to have an elevating impact on individuals like Rohidas. The film is slated for discharge on January 25.