Sherlock: Keep me informed; Mycroft: Of What?; Sherlock: Absolutely no idea. That’s how the chilling new trailer for Sherlock Season 4 concluded.  Benedict Cumberbatch is at his brutal sarcastic best in the 90-second clip that sent Twitter into meltdown. Cut to our desi King of Sarcasm, Shah Rukh Khan who has floored the audiences with his recently released trailer of Dear Zindagi. The first two teasers show Shah Rukh as Jehangir Khan, as a mentor helping a young woman portrayed by Alia Bhatt see a new way of life.  But why is this sudden mention of gorgeous men on earth taking place? Well, apart from the fact that thinking of these men makes our ovaries burst, their sarcasm level makes them highly irresistible and pure entertainment. We take a look at a handful of personalities who will be a pure source of entertainment if put on a debate panel.

1. Shah Rukh Khan

Apart from being conferred with prestigious titles like King of Romance, Bollywood Baadshah, Shah Rukh Khan is famous for his sense of humour. Neither diplomatic nor crass, Shah Rukh displays pure sarcasm and wit during conversations. Be it settling a score with competition in the industry or commenting on any serious incident related to him, the humble actor loves to take the humour route. Courtesy his cutting edge one-liners and quick comebacks, the 50-year-old actor, will be a pure delight to watch in those infamously big national debates which are nothing more than screech fest. ALSO READ: Top 7 reasons why fans of other Khans envy King Khan!

2. Robert Downey Jr.

Who can forget the memorable welcome Robert Downey Jr. gave to his Avengers co-star Tom Hiddleston on Instagram. Robert reminded you of that cool friend who you should not be messing with as he trolled Loki over his PDA for now ex Taylor Swift. His iconic role of superhero Iron Man/Tony Stark seems to be tailor-made for the 51-year-old actor. Both are great with cynicism mixed with the right dosage of sarcasm. Brat upfront with a golden heart inside, his sassy comebacks will make you wish to see more of him burning his opponents with ease.

3. Sherlock

Only ‘consulting detective’ to exist in the world, Sherlock played by British actor Benedict Cumberbatch is the man of our dreams. He wears sarcasm up his sleeves as he throws insults at everyone irrespective of their relationship with him. Sherlock is too talented, but his talent of saying things in his signature uber-cool way makes him an alluring thought. Definitely not the modest one, Sherlock loves to show off his intelligence. And why not, his mind-blowing deductions make him the best detective ever. ALSO READ: Top 7 fictional characters we had our secret crushes on!

4. Jack Sparrow

Love him or hate him but you cannot ignore Captain Jack Sparrow. Yes, the filthily drunk yet charming, this fictional character from Pirates of Caribbean series played by Hollywood heartthrob Johnny Depp just knows how to ‘shut the trap’ of his opponent. Some call him plain lucky to survive the dangerous scenarios, but you secretly know just luck cannot be the reason behind the success of Captain of Black Pearl. His strategy of ‘talking out’ rather than sword fighting makes him arguably most feared fictional character. ALSO READ: 10 Quotes by Jack Sparrow will make you go Aaaarrrr!

5. Kapil Sharma

Undoubtedly the best comedian in the country now, Kapil Sharma is naturally blessed with humour and wit. Though his comic capers can be annoying as hell filled with regressive and sexist jokes and acts one can certainly not ignore Kapil’s talent. The stand-up comedian cum actor’s quick thinking and effortless spontaneity make him delightful. His interactions, be it with big celebs appearing on the show or any commoners is pure gold.

6. Sheldon Cooper

Was That Sarcasm? The fictional character from popular CBS TV series The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon Cooper, played by Jim Parsons displays unique contradicting features. While he is slow at understating sarcasm and recognising irony, he commonly floors people with his sharp sarcasm at the same time. One can understand this highly intelligent but socially inept person’s point of view with this conversation – Sheldon: Why are you crying? Penny: Because I’m stupid. Sheldon: That’s no reason to cry. One cries because one is sad. For example, I cry because others are stupid, and that makes me sad. *Slow Clap*