Currently, with the lockdown extended, Shah Rukh Khan is at home, busy spending some quality time with his family. But, apart from that, the actor has also been helping out and constantly working from home with his team to help the under privileged during these crucial times. As Shah Rukh Khan recently replied to all the #AskSRK questions by fans on social media, during the Q&A session, the actor took to his social media to reply to a fan offering a wedding rishta to the actor for his son AbRam Khan and has the best ever reply.
During the Q&A session, one particular fan tweeted, “#AskSRK sir my niece Vedika loves Abram, can she marry him, she's only 1 yrs old last month, would be glad of you could wish her and bless her.....” The fan shared an adorable picture of a beautiful baby girl sitting down on a mat and mentioned it is his niece Vedika. Sharing the picture of his niece Vedika, the fan mentioned the little one loves Shah Rukh’s youngest son AbRam Khan and asked SRK if she can marry him. The fan also added that Vedika turned a year old last month and it would be glad if the actor could wish her and bless her.
Replying to the fan’s amusing question, Shah Rukh Khan re-tweeted, “God bless her. She is very pretty.” In the tweet, the Zero actor mentioned that the baby girl is very pretty and also blessed her. With SRK switching his Ignore mode on, the actor completely ignored the fan’s rishta for son AbRam and dismissed it right away.
Meanwhile, as Shah Rukh Khan gets the Best Dad ever award for his answer, like his kids Aryan Khan and Suhana Khan, the actor manages to spend the most of his time with his little one. AbRam Khan is also spotted hanging out with his daddy and accompanies him almost everywhere. Also Read: Shah Rukh Khan Gives A Witty Spin On Salman Khan's Relationship Status While Praising Pyaar Karona, 'Bhai Kamaal Ka Single Aur Singer'
Image source: Instagram/Shah Rukh Khan
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