Hollywood Actor Brad Pitt Meets Shah Rukh Khan in Mumbai


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Shah Rukh Khan has a plan for Brad Pitt - he is going to make the Hollywood star with two left feet, dance.

Brad Pitt Quietly Arrived In Mumbai The actor was recently seen in NY promoting his venture War Machine Know Actor landed in Mumbai on Wednesday morning avoiding shutterbugs and the paparazzi to promote his forthcoming Netflix film War Machine.

On Sunday, the 53-year-old actor showed up to a press conference for his upcoming Netflix movie, War Machine, in Tokyo, Japan, and was casually dressed in a trendy black jacket and green T-shirt. "I wouldn't make it in Bollywood, I can't dance", Brad Pitt told Shah Rukh Khan.

Shah Rukh, however, quipped that despite being in Bollywood for 25 years, he was yet to master in the field of dance.

"I can't dance." Pitt, told the Indian actor, who replied, "We will make you dance".

Shah Rukh said he admired Pitts movies but a personal favourite was "12 Monkeys". Adapted from The Operators by journalist Michael Hastings, War Machine follows U.S. General Glen McMahon in his quest to end the war in Afghanistan.

While Pitt said that he doesn't find any of his characters particularly challenging, he also added that he thought his time on the sets of Fight Club and War Machine were the most fun.

Pitt's company Plan B is also one of the producers of the film. "So, I started to see that at the root of this endless war, was actually a kind of just plain human delusion".

Mumbai: Yes, Brad Pitt is in town. "That's a relief for me", quipped Khan in return, ending a surprise evening of bromance between the two film stars. Now what better way to discuss film promotions than talk to the most successful actor and filmmaker in India, isn't it? "And if you can last as long as Brad has, production is the natural way to go", said Khan, whose films have been acquired by Netfilx.

When asked why he chose to work with Netflix on War Machine, Pitt said, "It's because the way the studio system is right now in Hollywood".

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