Mumbai: Actor Shah Rukh Khan, who was part of two remake films – ‘Devdas’ and ‘Don’ - said the proud moment for him would be when somebody would remake his original films.
"I did two iconic films - one is Dilip Kumar`s `Devdas` and the other one is Amitabh Bachchan`s `Don`. I never chose my films. Films and directors chose me. Sanjay Leela Bhansali told me `there is something in your eyes` and then he asked me to do `Devdas`.
"Farhan Akhtar thought I could play the character of `Don`. But I am not thinking about remaking any film now," Shah Rukh Khan told reporters during the launch of Filmfare`s 100 Years of Cinema issue here Wednesday.
"Hopefully, a time will come when somebody will remake one of my original films and that will be a great achievement and proud moment for me," he added.
The actor, who got an opportunity to share the space with Bollywood icons Dilip Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan on the Filmfare`s cover page, said his life was now "complete".
"I had a marvellous time shooting for the photoshoot with Dilip Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan. I feel my life is complete now. When I was shooting with Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu, Saira ji came to me and said if she had a son he would have looked like me."
"They have seen so much in life and you can see that in their eyes. It`s a wonderful moment that they have given me," he added.
Dilip Kumar, who couldn`t come for the launch of the magazine owing to health reasons, sent his best wishes through a message.
Among all the tags that Shah Rukh has got including `King Khan`, `Baadshah` and `Don` among others, he said his favourite tag was "Papa".
"Papa is the best one, and that`s my favourite. It was given to me by my two only legal children," the actor said.