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Shah Rukh Khan Dreams Of Making An Indian Movie For A Global Audience

Indian actor Shahrukh Khan poses for photographers at the Marrakech International Film Festival in Marrakech, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. The Film Festival takes place until Dec. 8. (AP Photo/Abdeljalil Bounhar)

KOLKATA -- Shah Rukh Khan's dream is to make an Indian film for international audience.

"My dream is to make an Indian film which the international audience can watch. I hope it comes true in the next few years in whatever capacity - director, producer, actor," Khan told reporters here.

He will soon be seen in Maneesh Sharma directed thriller Fan.

"Before I could become a fan, I became a star. I still don't understand how people love me so much, care for me and so do their mothers, children and families. It is quite a responsibility for me sometimes," Khan said talking about the film scheduled to release in April.

When asked whether he is a fan of himself, the superstar said, "I am amazed that I have become a star. My general belief is people who become actors are people who do not love themselves, they just want to be a different person every morning."

He dismissed suggestions that the clash of his film Raees with Salman's Sultan at the box office will act as dampener.

"There are only 52 weeks and 250 films being made in a year so some films will be released together. It's not about enmity or friendship. Some films will be released together," he said.

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