Shah Rukh Khan Replies To Troll Who Says 'Pathaan Disaster Already Retirement Lelo’; Actor REACTS, ‘Beta Badhon Se Aise Baat Nahi Karte’

Shah Rukh Khan gives a befitting reply to a troll who called Pathaan a disaster’ and asked him to take retirement!

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Shah Rukh Khan Replies To Troll Who Says 'Pathaan Disaster Already Retirement Lelo’; Actor REACTS, ‘Beta Badhon Se Aise Baat Nahi Karte’
Bollywood’s King Shah Rukh Khan recently completed 13 years on the micro-blogging site Twitter and to mark it, he hosted an impromptu 'Ask Me Anything session'. Notably, his ardent fans asked some personal as well as funny questions from the actor. Some netizens went to extreme levels and trolled Shah Rukh as they wrote mean comments. One troll called ‘Pathaan’ a disaster and even asked Shah Rukh to take retirement. Interestingly, the Raees actor’s befitting reply to the user is winning hearts on social media!

During the interactive session, the troller wrote, “Pathaan disaster already. Retirement lelo.” SRK was quick to take note of it and replied to him, “Beta badhon se aise baat nahi karte!!” Another user asked him what is the purpose of watching Pathaan and to this, the 57-year-old actor said “Oh God these people are really deep….what is the purpose of life? What is the purpose of anything..? Sorry I am not such a deep thinker.” ALSO READ: Pathaan Controversy; Deepika Padukone’s Shots Of Buttocks And Partial Nudity Pose REMOVED From ‘Besharam Rang’-Report




 Some of the fans asked funny questions to Shah Rukh. One of the Twitter users asked the actor, “Ek mahine mein kitna kama lete hain.” He said, “Pyaar Beshumaar kamata hoon… har din.” Another fan asked, “Khan saab aap ki family background toh Kashmiri he na, phir Khan kyun lagate hain aap apne name ke sath.” Shah Rukh replied, “The whole world is my family… family ke naam se naam nahi hota… kaam se naam hota hai. Choti baaton mein mat padho please.”

Meanwhile, Shah Rukh is awaiting the release of his upcoming film Pathaan which marks his comeback on the big screen after 4 years. The actioner, directed by Siddharth Aanand also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. It is slated to theatres on January 25, 2023. SRK was last seen in Aanand L. Rai's 2018 directorial 'Zero' alongside Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif. 



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