Sunday, 18 March 2018

When SRK’s fan made an entry to Mannat, stripped and dived into his swimming pool

When SRK’s fan made an entry to Mannat, stripped and dived into his swimming pool
Buffs turning mad to catch sight of their favorite star are not new. Whilst some get happy with just an autograph or a “selfie”, a lot of people cross boundaries to showcase their buff love and power.
And when we talk about the King of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan, one can envisage the passion around the megastar.
In a throwback meeting, King Khan recited a hilarious episode when a buff made entry to his house in Bandra, Mannat, just to swim in his swimming pool.
The buff did not wish to get an autograph or an image, SRK stated.
He stated, “One fan got into my house, stripped off his clothes and went for a swim in my pool. When the security guards confronted him, he said he just wanted to bathe in the same water as Shah Rukh Khan. He didn’t want to meet me or have my autograph, just to bathe in the water.”
It is not shocking to witness buffs reach such intense levels particularly when it is all about SRK.
When SRK’s flick Fan got released, a buff by the name of Shirin Azmi, has reached the city of Mumbai from Holland just to meet Shah Rukh Khan.
After waiting outside his abode Mannat, she had made a special tweet with pictures of her standing outside the adobe for so long. On being made aware of this, Baadshah guaranteed not to dishearten his admirer and met the special fan in Mannat.
King Khan even took some pictures with her and interacted with her for a long time.
On the work front, the actor will next be witnessed in Zero.
In a meeting with a leading daily, Aanand L Rai named King Khan a middle-class lad who has attained everything in his life.
Rai said, “I always felt he is a very basic Delhi boy. Whenever I saw him in those valleys of Switzerland, I felt ‘Oh Delhi boy wahan tak pahuch gaya’ (the Delhi boy has achieved great heights). I never felt he didn’t belong there. That is the reason why I think he has a great connect in our country because he represents a basic middle-class boy who has achieved it.”
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