Cassian Baliarsingh

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is rightly called the ‘King of Hearts’, the King of Romance and the Badshah of Bollywood.

The Baazigar of the film industry commands a huge fan following across the globe, thanks to his amazing acting skills, looks and movies.

Every film star has a fan following. But, the fan following of SRK is beyond imagination. The superstar’s birthday which falls on November 2 is nothing less than a festival for his fans.

Like every year, thousands of fans have already started gathering in large numbers outside Mannat, the palace of King Khan. Several videos of fans flying down from all parts of the world to greet Shah Rukh on his birthday have been going viral on social media.

Thousands of fans have already gathered outside Mannat. They will spend the chilling November night to meet and greet the King. The love for King Khan is so much that fans wait outside for hours just to get a glance of the superstar.

Every year, King Khan steps out of Mannat and greets his fans. He waves at his fans and gives flying kisses. He poses in his signature style and whole-heartedly thanks fans for the love that he gets.

Speaking about the love that he gets from his fans, SRK once said, “I have worked all my life to get his love. I’m humbled and want to work hard so that I don’t disappoint my fans.”

Meanwhile, fans are also waiting if the Burj Khalifa will once again glitter in Shah Rukh Khan’s name on the superstar’s birthday. Many fans have also gathered outside Burj Khalifa to witness the extravaganza light show. 

On the other hand, fans cannot wait to see the much-awaited teaser of Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming movie ‘Pathaan’ which will be unveiled tomorrow on his birthday. However, there has been no official announcement or confirmation about the same as yet.

The film will also star John Abraham and Deepika Padukone and will be SRK’s comeback film after four years. The film is slated to hit the theatres in January 2023.

Apart from Pathaan, SRK will also be seen in Rajkumar Hiran’s Dunki and Atlee’s Jawan.