Shah Rukh Khan gets back at a remark terming him "Femme fatale"; says, 'I know I am attractive in all avatars'
The actor organised a "Ask Me Anything" session on Twitter before the film's premiere in order to interact with his followers.
Pathaan, Shah Rukh Khan's much-anticipated movie, is just a day away from its worldwide release. After being away from the big screen for four years, SRK will make a blasting comeback with this one. The actor organised a "Ask Me Anything" session on Twitter before the film's premiere in order to interact with his followers.
Shah Rukh tweeted, “A big hug to all for making #Pathaan so loved. Those who danced put up cut-outs, bought out halls, and all fan clubs, made t-shirts, prayed, helped to ease issues & made it a festival. It’s good to be in theatres, feels like home. A quick #AskSRK for fun.”
Shah Rukh received a "Femme fatale" remark from the troll in response to a Yash Raj Films tweet that was published on the microblogging platform, accompanied by laughing emojis and a picture of the actor disguised as a woman. Responding to the user, Shah Rukh wrote back, “Arre no no this is me dressed as a lady. I know I am attractive in all avatars, but u will have to find yourself a better muse my friend!! Apologies for misleading you.”
Meanwhile, the original post which was shared by YRF, read, “She is a total femme fatale in #Pathaan as she transforms into a spy with a license to kill! Watch @deepikapadukone bare her heart about her role, what makes her and @iamsrk one of the biggest all-time blockbuster jodis of the Indian film industry & much more.”
It included a segment from Deepika's conversation in which she discussed the movie and her professional background.