Shah Rukh Khan has a thing for the 1st of January. This is the day when he has unveiled the first look posters of his past films like Ra.One, Chennai Express and Happy New Year. This year, he decided to treat his fans with not just a sneak peek of his upcoming film but also announced its title which was something that fans were waiting for since the time the flick was announced. And as expected, the teaser has made fans immensely happy. It looks massy and entertaining and showcases Shah Rukh Khan in a great avatar. That he is plays a dwarf is an added appeal.
One of the most interesting aspects of the teaser is that in the beginning, a lot of adjectives in Hindi are displayed to describe the fun character of Shah Rukh Khan. Some of the terms go away in no time, leaving few fans a bit dejected. But a crazy fan did the unthinkable. He/she paused each and every frame so that he could read out all the 32 adjectives. He/she then took screenshots of it and made a collage out of it. Thanks to the collage, we now know that those 32 adjectives are Paagal, Aashiq, Dhokebaaz, Khotta, Shaayar, Kamina, Batameez, Makkaar, Kamzarf, Behayaa, Matlabi, Mental, Dildaar, Chichora, Phuddu, Tapori, Leechad, Dilphek, Delair, Ishqbaaz, Dagabaaz, Fakeer, Joker, Chaalak, Fakeer, Maqbool, Leechad, Ishqbaaz and Lafanga. What’s also interesting is the font and text style used – each adjective is written in a different, filmy style and it seems the makers purposely used the fonts of some popular film titles. For instance, Dhokebaaz is written in Indiana Jones font, Ishqbaaz is mentioned in the font used for Ishaqzaade while Delair is written in the famous Avengers font.