Fan asks Shah Rukh Khan for his bank account password, actor’s cheeky response has Pathaan connection

Shah Rukh Khan is on cloud nine at the moment as his comeback film Pathaan rewrites the box office record books and has already grossed over Rs 700 crore worldwide. Sharing her happiness with her fans, the superstar conducted an impromptu #AskSRK session on her Twitter.

Shah Rukh started the session in his witty style by asking his followers not to share any marriage proposals as he had a cold. “Oh wow, the weekend is upon us again. I should be working but I have a late call, so the thought will catch up with some questions. If you have any. Go ahead #AskSRK (also no marriage proposals today ’cause I have a cold just saying haha),” he tweeted. During the session, one of his fans asked him for his bank account password, the actor got a cheeky response to the same writing “ZindaHaiATBB”.

“Zinda Hai” are the first words Shah Rukh Khan’s character Pathaan utters in the film as he is tied up by the goons before unleashing his villain-slaying beast avatar in his action-packed opening sequence. . “ATBB” refers to “All Time Block Buster” in Bollywood lingo, as Siddharth Anand’s film has broken multiple records every day since its Jan. 25 release. The film is on its way to becoming one of the biggest blockbusters in the world. Indian cinema history.

READ | Pathaan box office: Shah Rukh Khan film beats Dangal to become highest-grossing Hindi film, hits Rs 729 crore

Besides Shah Rukh Khan playing the titular Indian spy, the action-packed entertainer stars Deepika Padukone as ISI spy Rubai aka Rubina Mohsin, and John Abraham as main antagonist Jim, who was once an Indian spy but now leads a terrorist organization. named Outfit X.

Produced by Aditya Chopra, Pathaan launched the YRF spy universe, including references and Easter eggs to the three previous spy films, namely Ek Tha Tiger, Tiger Zinda Hai and War. Salman Khan also makes an exciting appearance reprising his role from the Tiger franchise, which is reportedly getting its third installment Tiger 3 later this year on Diwali.


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