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Shah Rukh Khan and Mohanlal's conversation over 'Zinda Banda' is a delight for X users
Zinda Banda
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Shah Rukh Khan and Mohanlal's conversation over 'Zinda Banda' is a delight for X users

| @indiablooms | 24 Apr 2024, 03:41 pm

Mumbai/IBNS: The 'Zinda Banda' song from Shah Rukh Khan's 2023 release 'Jawan' has triggered a detailed conversation between the Bollywood superstar and Malayalam film actor Mohanlal.

Shah Rukh on Tuesday shared an X post where Mohanlal was seen dancing to the song at an award show.

Sharing the video, the 'Jawan' actor says, "Thank u @Mohanlal sir for making this song the most special for me now. Wish I had done it half as good as you. Love u sir and waiting for dinner at home as and when. You are the OG Zinda Banda!!!"

In a funny reply, Mohanlal reposted saying, "Dear @iamsrk, nobody can do it like you! You are and always will be the OG Zinda Banda in your classic, inimitable style. Thanks for your kind words. Also, just dinner? Why not groove to some Zinda Banda over breakfast, too?"

In reply, SRK upped his humour game saying, "Done sir. Your place or mine?"

The 'Zinda Banda' song featured Shah Rukh Khan with 1000 women dancers and the song was shot at Rs. 15 crore over five days.

Shah Rukh had a stormy comeback to the box office in 2023 with 'Pathaan' and then went on to create a bigger blockbuster with 'Jawan', a socio-political commentary.

He ended the year with Rajkumar Hirani's 'Dunki', co-starring Taapsee Pannu.

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