Shah Rukh Khan Hits 39 Million Followers On Twitter, Asks Fans To 'Keep The Positivity Multiplying'
Shah Rukh Khan surpassed Amitabh Bachchan to become the most followed Indian celebrity on Twitter.
"Keep the love flowing. Keep the positivity multiplying. Keep yourself Happy...always. Everything is as beautiful as you want to see it. Love you all," King Khan tweeted.
Keep the love flowing. Keep the positivity multiplying. Keep yourself Happy...always. Everything is as beautiful as you want to see it. Love you all... pic.twitter.com/dhyGWKBDsl
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) October 14, 2019
This comes a day after #SRK39MILLION became a twitter trend as the 'Ra.One' actor registered his name as the most followed Indian celebrity.
Amitabh Bachchan has 38.8 million followers on the micro-blogging site.
Interestingly, a few days back, the 'Raees' star conducted a #AskSRK session on Twitter wherein fans questioned him about a number of things including his absence from Bollywood for long.
On Saturday, the actor also shared a picture of him with Jackie Chan and Jean-Claude Van Damme, the three participated at the Joy Forum 2019 in Saudi Arabia.
As per the media reports, Shah Rukh Khan also met 'Game of Thrones' fame actor Jason Momoa at the star-studded event.
Other than this, the actor revealed the trailer of his appearance in a special episode with popular American TV host David Letterman.
He will be appearing as Letterman's next guest on his popular Netflix talk show 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction'.
The actor was last seen in the film 'Zero' alongside Anushka Sharma. Since then, he has not announced any new projects
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