Shah Rukh Khan shuts troll up in style on being asked to retire. Check here
New Delhi/IBNS: As Shah Rukh Khan began Wednesday's session of #AskSRK on Twitter, he made it clear that the theme for the session will be "only fun answers, nothing serious to begin the year with."
One Twitter user, however, missed the actor's memo that was loud and clear.
The Twitter user attempted to troll Shah Rukh Khan.
He referred to his upcoming film Pathaan as a "disaster" and asked SRK to retire from films.
"Pathan disaster already. Retirement lelo," read the troll's tweet.
In his own style, SRK shut the trolls stating: "Beta badhon se aise baat nahi karte (Kid, this is not the way to speak to elders)," wrote SRK.
Read Shah Rukh Khan's reply to troll here:
Beta badhon se aise baat nahi karte!! https://t.co/G5xPYBdUCK— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) January 4, 2023
Before starting the session, SRK tweeted: "Realised it's 13 yrs on twitter. It's been fun with all of you and fan clubs loving me so much. Mixed with good wishes, suggestions, memes, re-edits, expectations, unsolicited advice and some unsavoury behaviour...to all of you my best wishes to make a good life in the real world."
Realised it’s 13yrs on twitter. It’s been fun with all of u & fan clubs loving me so much. Mixed with good wishes, suggestions, memes, re-edits, expectations, unsolicited advice & some unsavoury behaviour…to all of u my best wishes to make a good life in the real world. #Pathan— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) January 4, 2023
On the work front, Shah Rukh Khan has multiple film releases lined up. Besides Pathaan, SRK will also star in Rajkumar Hirani's Dunki, co-starring Taapsee Pannu and Atlee's Jawan with Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi.
He made a few cameo appearances in films last year. He had a special appearance in Madhavan's Rocketry: The Nambi Effect and also in Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt's Brahmastra.