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Salman Khan wishes Shah Rukh Khan on his 56th birthday: ‘Aaj apne bhai ka birthday hai’

Salman Khan took to his social media accounts and wished Shah Rukh Khan a happy birthday.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
November 2, 2021 8:42:03 pm
Salman KhanAlong with the birthday wish, Salman Khan shared a photo of himself and Shah Rukh Khan. (Photo: Twitter/Salman Khan)

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan turned 56 today and received an outpouring of love from fans, colleagues and friends, including Salman Khan.

Sharing a photo of himself and SRK, Salman wrote on Twitter, “Aaj apne bhai ka birthday hai . Happy birthday mere bhai.”

Salman Khan was among the first celebrities to visit Shah Rukh Khan after his son Aryan Khan was arrested in a drugs bust case. Aryan was released on bail on October 29, but with a few conditions.

Meanwhile, Swara Bhasker wrote an emotional post for SRK. It read, “Happy happy birthday to the man whose onscreen persona I’ve loved since 1995 & whose offscreen self I’ve admired for 1 more reason, every single time I’ve met him. @iamsrk sir wish you every joy & May even your darkest hour be dispelled by the love u have inspired in millions.”

Director Hansal Mehta wrote a post professing his admiration for Shah Rukh Khan, calling him a superstar. He also recalled how SRK had transferred funds and saved numerous lives at a hospital ‘without creating a fuss’. “Why @iamsrk is a superstar forever and why I love him. I’ve interacted with SRK thrice – once on twitter and on another occasion briefly at a party. The third time is why for me he will always be a true star,” he tweeted.

Several other celebrities including Kareena Kapoor Khan, Madhuri Dixit, Alia Bhatt, and Anushka Sharma took to their Instagram accounts to wish Shah Rukh Khan.

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