The Kapil Sharma Show: I still have regrets about not signing SRK starrier Darr, reveals Aashiqui fame Rahul Roy | Memsaab.com

The upcoming weekend on Sony Entertainment Television’s The Kapil Sharma Show will be full of nostalgia and romance, with Aashiqui fame Rahul Roy and Anu Aggarwal gracing the show as guests. The iconic couple will be coming on the show to celebrate 30 years of the evergreen musical drama, which went down in history as the epitome of romance and inspired a sequel in the year 2013. Another versatile actor Deepak Tijori – who played the character of Ballu in the film – will be accompanying the duo. The entire star cast will narrate lesser known stories from the shoot of the film.

Before carving out a romantic hero image, Shah Rukh Khan played several negative roles in films like Anjaam, Darr and Baazigar.

Before carving out a romantic hero image, Shah Rukh Khan played several negative roles in films like Anjaam, Darr and Baazigar.
In This Image: Shah Rukh Khan, Rahul Roy
However, did you know Shah Rukh was not the first choice for Yash Chopra directorial Darr? Yes, you heard that right! And guess what, it was Rahul Roy who was first approached for the film.
 

Recently, Rahul made an appearance on The Kapil Sharma Show to celebrate the 30 years of the release of his blockbuster Aashiqui.

Recently, Rahul made an appearance on The Kapil Sharma Show to celebrate the 30 years of the release of his blockbuster Aashiqui.
In This Image: Kapil Sharma, Rahul Roy
During the show, he revealed, "I remember Yash Chopra ji had called me for a narration. I was preoccupied with other films and couldn’t take up the offer as many of the projects I had signed on were already on floors and filmmakers were fighting for my dates," as quoted by a leading daily.

For the unversed, Darr also starred Sunny Deol and Juhi Chawla in the lead roles. It released in 1993.

For the unversed, Darr also starred Sunny Deol and Juhi Chawla in the lead roles. It released in 1993.
In This Image: Shah Rukh Khan, Rahul Roy
"Well, the film was Darr, which later went to Shah Rukh Khan and shaped his career. His character Rahul was written keeping me in mind. I still have the big regret of not signing that film." the 51-year-old actor reportedly said further. He went on to reveal that he was offered 49 films at the same time six months after the release of Aashiqui.