Today, on November 2, Bollywood’s King Shah Rukh Khan is celebrating his 54th birthday. When every Bollywood celeb is pouring in birthday wishes by posting some lovely words for Shah Rukh Khan, Ayushmann chose to wish him in a unique way and that is, the Bala way. Well, Bala aka Ayushmann Khurrana shared a video on his social media handle, giving a tribute to King Khan on his 54th birthday.
In the video which also appears to be a small clip from the film itself Bala aka Ayushmann is imitating SRK’s style. From doing SRK’s signature pose to mouthing his iconic dialogues, Bala tries to woo the girls by doing SRK antics. Whenever he meets a girl, automatically he opens his arms in order to impress the lady. This video has definitely left us in splits. While sharing the video on his handle, he simply wrote #HappyBirthdaySRK Love, Bala.” Watch this hilarious video below:
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Shah Rukh Khan recently created fan frenzy outside his mansion, Mannat when his fans gathered outside his place to meet and greet the superstar. The star came out to his balcony along with AbRam and waved fans. He did his traditional thing at midnight also, leaving everyone into a tizzy. ALSO READ: Happy Birthday Shah Rukh Khan: 7 Pictures Of SRK With AbRam, Aryan And Suhana Khan That Prove He Is A Doting Father
Talking about Bala, the film is based on premature balding of a man who is struggling to find a girl to marry. Apart from Ayushmann, the film also stars Yami Gautam and Bhumi Pednekar in the lead role. The film is directed by Amar Kaushik and it was earlier expected to release on November 22, clashing with Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria, Riteish Deshmukh's Marjaavaan. However, now Bala will be releasing on November 8.
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