Bollywood fans swear by their name, this onscreen couple has become a synonym of immortal love; yes we are talking about none other than the lethal combo of Shahrukh and Kajol. Last time they starred together, they created a milestone at the box office. And after a long span of 5 years i.e. post "My Name Is Khan" which released in 2010 they are back to yet again mesmerize the audiences with their latest movie "Dilwale".

The movie is still under production but the very fact that the most loved couple of Bollywood is its lead pair, is already creating ripples.

Dilwale is directed by Rohit Shetty who last directed "Singham Returns" and also stars Varun Dhawan who was last seen in the raging hit "Badlapur" and Kriti Sanon who had a dream debut with Tiger Shroff in "Heropanti". Dilwale is produced by Rohit Shetty with Shahrukh Khan and his wife Gauri Khan.

Shahrukh recently wrapped up his schedule for Manish Sharma's "Raees" and gave the team of "Dilwale" a surprise visit on sets in Goa. Kajol is reportedly slated to start shooting for the movie in June 2015.

Apparently Shahrukh was in Goa for the launch party of one of his friend Sachiin Joshi's resort and gave the "Dilwale" team a huge surprise since they too had recently started the shoot in Goa.

Shahrukh who is yet to join the shoot also posted a picture of his visit on his official twitter handle.

The movie also stars Sanjay Mishra and Johnny Lever in its supporting cast, which ensures it to be a laughter riot. Its music is being composed by Pritam and Sony has confirmed being the music partner.

This mix of young and experienced stars is sure to create a magical and entertaining product.

It's also noteworthy that these Bollywood heartthrobs have starred together in Bollywood cult movies like Kuch Kuch Hota hai, Baazigar, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Kabhie Khushi Kabhie Ghum, Karan Arjun and lastly My Name is Khan, thus the expectations have already skyrocketed.

We will have to wait and watch if "Dilwale" can actually recreate the Shahrukh-Kajol magic on screens.