When Is This Pic From, Fan Asks Shah Rukh Khan. "Dinosaur Age," He Tweets Back
Just Shah Rukh Khan things. What's not to love?We just chanced upon one helluva throwback of Shah Rukh Khan, thanks to his fan. On Wednesday, SRK was busy interacting with his fans through an #AskSRK session on the micro blogging site Twitter. During the session, SRK tried to reply to as many tweets as possible and he did good. One fan of the actor posted a throwback picture of SRK on Twitter and he asked: "What year is this photo?" Shah Rukh Khan adding a dose of humour to his reply, wrote: "Dinosaur age I assume." If his reply didn't crack you up, we don't know what will. From the Dinosaur age I assume https://t.co/V6SJVQ91eu Announcements are for airports and railway stations my friend....movies ki hawa toh khud ban jaati hai..... https://t.co/1i2bYnWGPc Read SRK's reply here:
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