Actor Shah Rukh Khan is the Badshah of Bollywood and the tag didn’t come to him easy. The hard work, dedication and fans love are what made him what he is today. He is not only famous in India, but he is also popular in other countries, thanks to his huge fan following. In the initial stage of his career, he has given hits such as Darr, Baazigar, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Anjaam, among others.
Now, a fan tweeted a song sequence from the track ‘Badi Mushkil Hai Khoya Mera Dil Hai’ from his film Anjaam (1994), which completes 25 years, where SRK can be seen dancing and singing on top of a taxi.
Praising his performance, the fan wrote, “I will never stop being amazed at how SRK pulled this stunt off in which he comes out of the trunk of a taxi and climbs around it as he dances on its roof and bonnet…all while lip-syncing too. He makes it look so easy when it’s quite dangerous in reality.” (sic)
Watch the video here:
It did not take a very long time for the tweet to go viral and soon the actor responded to the tweet and wrote, “Oh dear!! Why can’t I just travel in cars & trains like normal ppl do! Please don’t try this at home or anywhere.” (sic)
For obvious reasons, SRK’s reply won many hearts and Twitterati started pouring their comments. One user wrote, “This uniqueness of @iamsrk sir makes me a huge fan.” While the other wrote, “And this is why I fell in love with @iamsrk and why he will always remain my favourite hero. Who else does this for their love?! #Bollywood.”
Check out the Twitter reactions:
Meanwhile, SRK will be making his South cinema debut with Atlee Kumar’s Thalapathy 63 starring Vijay. A source close to the project has revealed to Pinkvilla, “SRK has a prominent character that he’s playing in Thalapathy 63. It’s not like his other cameos. In fact, he is the main villain who comes in the picture only towards the climax. He has a good 15 minutes odd role, fighting Vijay. The makers wanted a leading face from the Hindi film industry to shoot for the role and when Atlee approached Shah Rukh for it, he agreed on principle to do it.”