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Shah Rukh Khan shares stories of craziest fans, watch video

Shah Rukh Khan, who is gearing up for his upcoming Maneesh Sharma's directorial 'Fan', shared some crazy stories of the fans around the globe.

Written by Pramod Gaikwad | New Delhi |
Updated: January 21, 2016 9:50:39 pm
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After entertaining audience with his bearded look in ‘Dilwale’ last year, superstar Shah Rukh Khan has another treat in his kitty for his die-hard fans this year.

The King Khan, who is gearing up for his upcoming Maneesh Sharma’s directorial ‘Fan’, shared some crazy stories of the fans around the globe who become stars through their unmatched passion for their favourite stars. This is one of the unique marketing strategies that the production house has adapted for promoting the film.

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Shah Rukh Khan took to twitter to share the stories of four fans and he wrote: Being a fan is pure passion. Every1is a fan of someone. Like I’m yours.4parts to follow #FanHoGaya @FanTheFilm @yrf http://bit.ly/fanhogaya

Watch the video here:

SRK in his upcoming film plays Gaurav, a die-hard fan of a superstar, who becomes a superstar with his craziness and passion.

Produced by Yash Raj films is slated to hit the theatres on April 15, 2016.

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