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Ask SRK session on Twitter is just the treat that all Shah Rukh Khan fans needed right now

It is absolutely no secret that Shah Rukh Khan is the king of hearts. However, there are many things that make him so, along with his movies of course. And well, the actor sure did manage to prove that once again. During his ‘Ask SRK session’ on Twitter, he decided to go all out and take on various shades.

While it sure did seem to have come across as a surprise, it turned out to be a sweet one. It was in no time that fans poured in loads of questions to the actor. While he answered them one at a time, there are a few that stood out and how. For someone who is as feisty, humorous, and many more things, he sure has us in awe of him all over again.

So during the Ask SRK session, he went on to answer some fun, serious, and all other kinds of questions. While there are a few that stood out, he did also give it back to a troll. One of the questions saw a user ask him if he would sell his Mannat, and to that, he had an epic answer. Classic SRK style is a thing after all and he sure manages to hit all the right chords every single time.

Check out some of the tweets from the ask SRK session here:

Among other things, there were a few questions about the lockdown, about IPL, and a few others. When asked how far has he progressed in cooking, he went on to highlight something interesting. The actor wrote how ‘namak kitna dalna hai’ continues to be a forever question. Many might relate to him, for sure!

Apart from the fun ones, he also spoke about DDLJ, his film Mohabbatein clocking in two decades, and work ahead. As for his upcoming projects, he added that it is going to be at least a year until they see him back with a new film. While the actor has been away for 2 long years, fans sure are in for a treat!

But first, this ask SRK session on Twitter is a treat to enjoy as well, isn’t it?

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