When it comes to the name “Khan”, three names come to our mind. They are none other than Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan.
Notably, they are successful actors and have time and again delivered hit films. Notably, they have a massive fan base across the world. In fact, all these three actors are unrelated. However, they happen to share the same surname.
Surprisingly, all three of them were born in 1965. It is due to their longevity and popularity, that they are considered the most successful actors in the history of Indian cinema.
Shah Rukh Khan is one of the great actors who has been ruling Bollywood for decades. He has a massive fan following in India and has totally ruled the box office whenever hit movies hit the screens. Notably, fans would turn up in numbers to watch all of his movies.
For the uninitiated, SRK is India’s richest actor, filmmaker, and TV personality. He is famously known as the Badshah of Bollywood and has appeared in over 80 films. The actor graduated from Hansraj College.
SRK is busy promoting his upcoming movie Pathaan and amid hectic schedule, he still found some time to interact with his fans and followers on the internet.
Fan asks SRK, “My wedding is fixed for Jan 26. What should I do”, SRK gives a perfect reply!
Meanwhile, the fan, in a tweet asked Shah Rukh Khan, “Shaadi tai ho gayi 26th Jan ko.. Kya karoo? #AskSRK (My wedding is fixed for Jan 26. What should I do).”
To which, the Bollywood actor replied, “Shaadi kar le…honeymoon ki holidays mein film dekh lena (Get married. Watch the movie during your honeymoon offs).”
The release date for Pathaan movie is going to hit the theatres on 25 January 2023.
In another tweet, a fan asked Shah Rukh Khan, “Sir, I am getting merried on 25th Jan. Can you please postpone Pathaan to 26th. That would be great. Thank you.”
Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan who came across the tweet ensured to give an epic reply to the fan. He wrote, “Tum shaadi 26 ko karlo (Republic Day parade ke baad) chutti bhi hai us din (You should get married on 26th. It is also a holiday).”