Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar and Kajol have once again proved that there is no other media better than a movie for giving a message. My Name is Khan is the recently released movie by this wonderful trio. The movie is based on 9/11 destruction and the world after that for Muslims living in USA. Shah Rukh has played role of an Indian Muslim who is suffering from a psychological syndrome since his childhood. He has been told by her mother that there are only two types of people in the world – good people and bad people and religion has nothing to do with their acts. This message is the soul of this wonderful movie. Shah Rukh keeps this message in his mind and helps the poor American people stuck in a church of a small village of Georgia hit by the unusual heavy rains, where no aid could be arranged by the government. He does great work to save the lives of children and women. Later his efforts are acknowledged and he is promoted by the US media. Then the US nation comes to know that Muslim were not the terrorists. Acting of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol is just amazing and their emotional scenes put deep effect on the viewers. The film is released by the 20th Century Fox, which gives it an international touch. I highly appreciate Karan Johar and his team for making such a wonderful movie.