Shah Rukh has featured in more than 80 films and has earned the tag of a "superstar", but the 47-year-old actor is yet to find a suitable role in the international film circuit. A hugely popular actor in many countries, one whose face has become synonymous with the huge draw of the Indian film industry, King Khan feels that he doesn't have the USP to work in Hollywood.

Asked what made him think so, he said, "I didn't talk in terms of fan following. I think the kind of role I would want to do in a Hollywood film is one that makes India proud. To get a role like that is not specific to my colour, or the way I speak, look or act or my age, it's very difficult," SRK said.

"I mean you can't go to a big filmmaking world and say write a role for a 47-year-old actor who is brown, has hair like this, acts this way, and dances a bit. The role should be something that Indians should be proud of. It's too specific for me to have a USP," SRK added. He however appreciated other Indian faces that are doing well internationally."There are a few young boys and girls, who are doing really well internationally, and I pray they make it big," he said.

Shah Rukh relishes and cherishes all the love and attention showered on him on the home turf and is set to woo his fans with "Chennai Express". Sharing his experience of working with director Rohit Shetty, Shah Rukh said, "Rohit is fantastically organized. The best part about him is that he has a group of 200 trained people working under him. Rohit knows what he wants. He always delivers the best.

Shah Rukh further confesses of being a director's actor."I'm a director's actor. I belong to a world which directors create. I enjoy being with them in their world. I want the world to see me as an actor who moulds himself according to the character his director creates for him," said Shah Rukh.


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