In an interview, Grover revealed that he was offered his first Hollywood film in 1997 when he was shooting for 'Yes Boss' and it was Shah Rukh who gave him the confidence to seize the opportunity. Reminiscing the time, he told how confused he was and didn't know what to do and when he told SRK about this role, how he convinced him to take it up.
Furthermore, Grover also shared how scared he was of director Aziz Mirza of leaving the shot
in the middle and how Shah Rukh managed everything on the sets of 'Yes Boss'.
Not only that but Grover even revealed how the shooting of 'The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo' wasn't a smooth ride as he was replaced in just two days but the director asked him to come back on board as he wanted an Indian actor with big eyes. And after coming back to India when he met Mirza for the first time he was happy for him and this surprised him as he didn't expect this and that's why he owes his Hollywood career to Shah Rukh Khan.