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Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Ask SRK’ sessions on Twitter are a big hit, where the actor answers some fun questions in his very own quirky style. Khan is best known for his witty responses and the recent questions session was no different. Right from his dear friend Salman Khan’s relationship status to his little son AbRam’s wedding rishta, Khan had the perfect answer to all fan questions.
Salman Khan recently released his new song Pyaar Karona, in the wake of the ongoing Coronavirus in India. Khan released the song on his Youtube channel and crooned the lyrics by himself in the video. When SRK was asked to comment about the song, he had a rather hilarious take on the song as well as Salman’s relationship status.
A fan asked: “@BeingSalmanKhan just launched his new song in his voice about corona and his love about country. Have you watched this ? @iamsrk", to which Shah Rukh replied:
“Bhai kamaal ka Single aur Singer hai..."
Next up, a fan came up with a wedding rishta for Khan’s son AbRam. A Twitter user shared a cute picture of his baby niece and wrote that she loves AbRam and if she can marry him. He wrote, ‘#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.....’
Shah Rukh Khan replied to the tweet saying: ‘God bless her. She is very pretty’.
Meanwhile, on the work front, SRK has been missing in action ever since his last film in 2018 titled Zero. There have been a lot of rumours about his upcoming films, however, nothing concrete has surfaced so far. But well, it looks like the actor dropped a big hint about his future project during this QnA session.
“#AskSRK which director you would love to work with? Martin Scorsese or Chris Nolan?” asked a fan, to which Shah Rukh Khan replied: “Wow both are awesome and I have met them...but Raju apna sa lagta hai...nahi?”
Well, this has in turn hinted at Khan’s collaboration with filmmaker Raj Kumar Hirani, and fans are already excited to see King Khan back on screen.