Shah Rukh Khan reveals how much he earns in a month during #AskSRK session on Twitter

During the #AskSRK Twitter session on Wednesday, Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan replied to one of his fans who wanted to know how much he makes in a month. One of his fans tweeted, “Ek mahine mein kitna kama lete hain (how much do you make in a month),” during the #AskSrk session.

Shah Rukh Khan replied, “Pyaar Beshumaar kamata hoon….har din (I earn a lot of love…every day).” Netizens reacted to his answer, one of them wrote: “aap answer from rahe hai fans ko yakeen nahi ho raha account hack to nhi ho gaya hai kahi?” The second said, “That’s right. Pyar and dua. That’s why you have NOOR on your face. Jamekhta rehna. InshaAllah you will be loved more every day. Your wisdom, your charm (dimples included), your talent and your beautiful heart and soul will forever remain in our hearts. DUA for the phenomenal success of PATHAAN.

The third says: “Exam hai aur Mujhe Besharam song ke alava Kuchh Bhi Nahin a raha hai kya karun. The fourth said: “Mr hr din glt kha apne….trust me hr pal….you win much love….much love and wishes to the greatest…do trust me srk means love symbol only.

Alia and SRK also interacted on Twitter during the latter’s #AskSRK session. A social media user asked SRK why Alia calls him SR. The user’s question caught SRK’s attention and he replied, “It could mean sweet and romantic or maybe senior and respected or maybe just shah rukh.”

Alia was quick to respond, clarifying what she meant when she called Bollywood SR’s Badshah. She tweeted, “Kinder and more respected… But from Jan 25th I’ll call you Pathaan. See I’m so creative na.” To Alia’s tweet, SRK gave a cute response. He called new town mom Alia Bhatt “lil Amma Bhatt Kapoor”. “Make it small. And I will now call you small Amma Bhatt Kapoor,” he replied.

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