Updated: September 17, 2017 2:22:47 pm
We know that Shah Rukh Khan is one of the celebrities who enjoy popularity among audiences. Recently, his Twitter followers crossed 28 million, giving a reason for his fans to celebrate. SRK though is late himself. it is now that the actor is celebrating the love his fans have showered on him on the micro-blogging site. Today, the Jab Harry Met Sejal actor tweeted, “Loving the rains….& all the 28 Million of you! Thx for the love, suggestions, hugs & ur tenacity. Be Happy All.”
The 51-year-old actor is an avid user of social media where he shares updates about his personal and professional life. He also often interacts with fans from across the globe on his Twitter handle. Whether it’s his daughter Suhana going back to school or AbRam uttering something cute, the actor nearly shares everything on social media. Amidst his busy schedule, the actor still takes some time out to have a random chat session with his fans, under the hashtag #AskSRK.
He may trail behind megastar Amitabh Bachchan who earlier this month had crossed 29 million followers, nevertheless, he is ahead of his contemporaries such as Salman Khan who has 25.6 million followers, Aamir Khan (21.9 million) and Akshay Kumar who has 20.2 million followers on the social media platform.
If you are one of the 28 million followers, you probably know that following him on Twitter is anything but a waste of time. Here are some of the wittiest encounters fans have had with the superstar:
Loving the rains….& all the 28 Million of you! Thx for the love, suggestions, hugs & ur tenacity. Be Happy All. pic.twitter.com/2G1P35edtC
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) September 17, 2017
When a fan threatened him.
When he had the perfect answer to the most boring question.
Someone give him an award for rightfully showing people where they stand.
The jokes seem to be never ending.
He sarcastically retorts to the craziest of demands.
No wonder he has 28 million fans.
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