Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has acquired a massive fan base across the world and is very well-known. With the release of the new Loki series, Hollywood actor Tom Hiddleston is promoting the web series in full swing. In a video shared on Disney Hotstar+’s Instagram, Tom Hiddleston aka Loki was seen playing word association. During the clip, Tom was asked what he would associate with the words ‘India’ and ‘Bollywood’. The God of Mischief named Shah Rukh Khan during word association.
Shah Rukh Khan was mighty impressed and pleased after Tom mentioned his name, associating it with the words ‘India’ and ‘Bollywood’. Taking to his Instagram stories, Shah Rukh made a sweet post. He expressed his gratitude for the mention. The actor posted the video on his Insta stories and wrote, “You are kind, God of Mischief...hope there’s no mischief behind this claim though.” SRK added, “Lots of love @twhiddleston and can’t wait to binge Loki!!! Starting now- Ep 1!” Meanwhile, the video was shared, with the caption, “Tom Hiddleston is the God of Word Association | Marvel Studios’ Loki Tom Hiddleston’s cheekbones and wit cut sharper than glass and we are here for it! Watch #Loki streaming June 9.” SRK was tagged in the post too.
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As Shah Rukh thanked the actor for the mention, during the word association game session, Tom named SRK when the word ‘India’ was called out. Later, for the second time, when the word ‘Bollywood’ was called out, he took SRK’s name and further questioned if he could do so once again. During the session, when the actor was asked for a word associated with an ‘Indian city’, he said ‘Chennai’. The actor further explained that his ‘akka’ lives in Chennai. Also Read: Shah Rukh Khan Drops A Selfie Informing Fans That He Is All Set To Resume Work; Pathan To Be Back On Floors We Say
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