Mahira Khan left out of 'Raees' teaser, but in awe of Shah Rukh

Pakistani actress Mahira Khan during an interview with BBC Radio London. (Screen grab)

Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan has got a way about him that just cannot be ignored. He has got millions of fans all over the world and his charming ways found a fan in his 'Raees' co-star Mahira Khan as well.

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Pakistani actress Mahira has been on her toes promoting 'Bin Roye' but was caught on camera gushing about SRK's look in their upcoming movie.

In the just-out 'Raees' teaser, Shah Rukh is seen sporting 'surma' (kohl) in his eyes, a 'taabiz' (amulets) around his neck, generous stubble and abundance of bad man aura.

Moving away from the quintessential romantic hero role, Shah Rukh looks 'mean'.

The teaser will make a fan skip a beat and others will sit up and notice.

Mahira not only noticed her co-star's good looks but for sure her heart skipped a beat.

The actress couldn't stop grinning after watching the first posters of the film and just couldn't stop gushing over them.

Mahira, was caught reacting to Shah Rukh's first look during an interview with BBC Radio London.

Though the first two posters and teaser kept Mahira out of the frame, the actress was just pleased looking at SRK.

She blushes and looks at them again and again.

When asked how she felt when she met him first, she tried to avoid the question as she didn’t know how best to explain that feeling.

'Raees' also features Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a pivotal role and is slated to release in Eid 2016.

The film is about a cruel and clever bootlegger who gets in trouble when a brave cop starts chasing him.

In the film, Shah Rukh plays an underworld don and Mahira plays his wife. 

Interestingly, the film has an elaborate set as the makers are recreating the Ahmedabad (city in India) of 1980s as suggested by reports.

Already a well-known name in Pakistan, Mahira rose to fame in India with her television serial 'Humsafar' and was previously seen in critically acclaimed movie 'Bol'.

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