A Newlywed Couple Enacts Shah Rukh Khan's Iconic Pose Outside Mannat And King Khan Reacts To It

Once again, Shah Rukh Khan made his fans' day, when a newlywed couple posted a picture while posing in front of Mannat, and doing SRK’s iconic pose. Here’s what the superstar did on seeing it

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A Newlywed Couple Enacts Shah Rukh Khan's Iconic Pose Outside Mannat And King Khan Reacts To It
Apart from being the King of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan has won many hearts with his generous behaviour. Once again, SRK made a newlywed couple’s day, who posed in front of Mannat soon after their wedding. Just like how people visit temples after wedding, this couple chose SRK's lavish bungalow. 

Taking to social media, a Twitter user named Dhruv posted a picture of himself posing with his wife outside Mannat, while enacting SRK’s iconic pose. Sharing the picture he wrote, “They say visit temple after you are hitched, We did it right !!!! @iamsrk we know you saw us and waved !!!! Thanks alotttt sirrr!!!! Thanks for making this special day, perfect !!!!

SRK, was quick to bless the couple with his wishes. Retweeting their tweet, King Khan wrote, “God Bless you.”

Shah Rukh Khan is currently on a promotional spree for his upcoming film Zero, co-starring Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. Recently, the actor visited the sets of Bigg Boss 12 to promote the film on his dear friend Salman Khan’s Weekend Ka Vaar episode, picture of which soon went viral. The images see the two Khans dancing, hugging and singing with each other.

Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan had also spoke about the scene which features late Sridevi. During a recent interview with ZoomTV.com, Shah Rukh told the leading website, "That sequence is actually not a long sequence. It's not in any which way...it's not an "Item" - presence, honestly. And It's wrong to even kind of feel, ‘Oh, it's a privilege to have had her in the film’, because, you know, just the loss is so great. And I hope wherever she is, she makes the world happy like she's done. I kind of started my career when I came and did Army (1996) with her and then she's no more and I have a little scene with her, so it's heartening that way. Though, obviously, having said that, I wish she hadn't passed away. None of us wishes, we wish she was alive and it would've been nicer. And now that you have mentioned it, I am just thinking, if we have a trial for the film, she would've been the first person, I would've called. So, it's sad. I really wish her children, her husband and whole family very well. "

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