We often see Bollywood actors mouthing superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s famous dialogues from his films. Be it posing his signature step or saying ‘I love you kkk…Kiran’ we have seen them recreating it in their style. However, this time we saw it the other way round when SRK was seen mouthing a dialogue from someone else’s film and it is none other than Rajkummar Rao’s Stree. Rao recently shared a video on his Instagram account wherein Shah Rukh Khan is seen mouthing his dialogue from Stree and we must confess, we are anxious to see them together in one frame.
Rajkummar who is the ‘biggest fan ever’ (according to his caption) took to his handle and shared this video where he says that since childhood, he usually speaks his dialogue but this time the man himself decides to mouth his dialogue along with the lead star of the film. In the video, SRK imitates 'Bicky pleaajj' while Rajkummar couldn’t stop gushing over him. He then says I love you to SRK, and the latter kisses him on his forehead. While sharing the video, he wrote, “Since childhood I’ve been saying his dialogues. What a wonderful feeling when he decides to say my dialogue this time. There’s is no one like you @iamsrk sir. You’ve inspired me to become an actor. Biggest fan ever. #Stree” Watch the video below:
After the video was made live on his handle, the director of Stree also couldn’t refrain himself from commenting on it. He said, “Wahhhh. Love this.” The video just made us wish to see the duo together for a film. Filmmakers, producers, are you guys reading this?
Meanwhile, we also reported you guys that producer Dinesh Vijan shared the news about creating a horror universe in the upcoming years and the sequel of the horror-comedy Stree is also on the cards as Stree ended on a cliff-hanger, the makers of the film left the audience thinking about it if there was a sequel to the film and the possible endings to the story.
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