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  • Shah Rukh Khan shared a clip in which students are dancing with professors from DU on Pathaan's song.
  • Saree-clad professors can be seen matching the students step by step in the dance.

Shah Rukh Khan has made a smashing comeback with Pathaan. The euphoria around the movie continues as it inches towards the 1000 crore plus mark worldwide. Interestingly, the superstar has also been quite active on social media since this YRF biggie became a big craze across the country.

Today, he shared a video clip from the Delhi University campus that shows professors in sarees dancing with the students on the hit Pathaan song “Jhoome Jo Pathaan.” As the girls in jeans and tops start dancing, their professors in the traditional Indian drape join them and match them step by step beat by beat.

In his caption, the Bollywood Badshaah penned, “How lucky to have teachers and professors who can teach us and have fun with us also. Educational Rockstars all of them!!”

Pathaan and its songs have been a big rage in the country and it is quite evident from the way common people especially youngsters are responding to it. Apart from SRK, many of his fans have also shared how they are enjoying these songs of their favourite star.

Pathaan came at the time when the Southern film industry and its stars seemed to be dominating Bollywood. That is why many believe that SRK saved Bollywood from its decline.

Nevertheless, SRK, Deepika Padukone and John Abraham starrer also saved the dwindling ship of YRF which witnessed multiple back-to-back debacles in the last couple of years. Shah Rukh Khan’s fans are now eagerly awaiting the release of his next two movies.

SRK will be next seen in Dunki helmed by Rajkumar Hirani who has delivered back-to-back superhits from Munnabhai MBBS to 3 Idiots and PK.

So, Hirani’s Dunki which also stars Taapsee Pannu is expected to be yet another big hit. It will be followed by another movie of SRK directed by Southern director Atlee in which Tollywood superstar Nayanthara will be playing the female lead.