The actor took to Twitter to share the emotions he experienced on performing with the two stars.

"To be given so much love by Mammootty and Mohanlal sir, felt like receiving so much kindness from artists who inspire me to be an actor," Shah Rukh posted on the microblogging site on Saturday.

The actor, who is back home now, said that the award function made him "proud" to be an actor.

"Heading back to Mumbai, all issues of life seem small. I felt so proud to be an actor tonight. Thank you all and Allah for giving me so much love," he added.

On the Bollywood front, Shah Rukh is busy shooting for Farah Khan's "Happy New Year" which also stars Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood and Deepika Padukone.
‘Storm’ wonderful concept for music lovers: Shankar Mahadevan
New Delhi: The third edition of the much-awaited Storm Music Festival will kick-start in Karnataka on January 31. Composer Shankar Mahadevan, the brand ambassador of the first such camp-out music festival, says it serves as a wonderful platform for music lovers who want to experience something new.

“From a musician's point of view, it's a great space, a congenial atmosphere, fresh sounds and fresh air. There are lots of good collaborations that take the line-up to a different level,” Mahadevan told reporters.

“Apart from the destination element and music selection - what makes Storm very different is an equally wonderful concept of late night jams, where music lovers get to compare notes and interact with performing musicians. I’m really looking forward to the Storm experience,” he added.


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