Yesterday, an excited Shah Rukh Khan jumped into the pool to thank his followers after crossing the 33 million mark on Twitter.
The Bollywood star is very active on his social media platforms and regularly interacts with fans.
Isn't this a super cool way to cheer for 33.2 million followers on Twitter? "But, I normally do not get time".
The video begins with Khan listing out the efforts he has taken for the video, promising that this is the "most over-whelming, loving message" he has given his fans in the last decade. Remember this is the same reason why Amitabh Bachchan was threatening to quit Twitter a few days ago. "Judge nahi karna, feel karna.Thx", Shah Rukh captioned the video. "Lots of love to you all", Shah Rukh said while concluding the video. "Listen to it carefully because this is very very heartfelt", he stated. "You heard every word of what I said, it was right from my heart and so overwhelming that I'm running out of breath".
After a long wait, the makers of the upcoming film ZERO starring Shah Rukh Khan had revealed the name and the first look of the film.
He can be then seen jumping into the pool and thanking his followers with the "heart-felt" message from the "bottom of his heart".
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