'Countless lives they've touched': Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol's My Name Is Khan turns 14, latter celebrates with a post

    The Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol starrer My Name Is Khan completed 14 years. The latter celebrated the milestone with a post. 

    A still from My Name Is Khan

    A still from My Name Is Khan

    The Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol starrer My Name Is Khan clocked in 14 years today (February 12). On this occasion, Kajol shared a heartwarming post celebrating the milestone. She shared one of the posters of the movie along with a heartfelt message.

    Talking about the same, the post had the beautiful poster wherein Kajol’s character Mandira can be seen resting her head on Shah Rukh Khan’s character Rizwan’s shoulder. The duo can be seen twinning in black in the same which was a funeral scene from the movie. She captioned the same stating, “Reflecting on the journey of Rizwan and Mandira, and the countless lives they've touched. Celebrating the enduring power of love and unity” along with a red heart emoji. Take a look at the same.

    One of the fans wrote, “Be right back, Need to re-watch this movie.” A fan of the evergreen onscreen pair said, “May God bring them back.” A netizen called the film, “Cult classic.” Another user said, “A movie that will forever remain in our hearts.” A netizen added, “This movie definitely touched my heart.” Another fan wrote, “We need you back it’s been too long.” A user said, “Every scene from this film was magical.” Another user said, “A movie that everyone needs to rewatch nowadays. It’s needed in the world. 14 years of my name is khan.” A netizen said, “The journey of Kajol @kajol n Shahrukh @iamsrk has touched so many since 90's. The rawness n impromptu chemistry which is rare between actors has been effortlessly portrayed by u both.. lots of love to both of u and hope to lots more memorable moments of u 2.”

    My Name Is Khan was directed by Karan Johar. It revolved around the story of an autistic Muslim man who travels all the way to meet former US President Barrack Obama to bring forth the message that he is not a terrorist after the 9/11 attacks. The 2010 movie also starred Jimmy Sheirgill, Zarina Wahab and Vinay Pathak in the lead roles.