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Thoughts on humanity, fame and love | Shah Rukh Khan

Namaskar. I’m a movie star, I’m 51 years of age, and I don’t use Botox as yet. (Laughter) So I’m clean, but I do behave like you saw
like a 21-year-old in my movies. Yeah, I do that. I sell dreams, and I peddle love
to millions of people back home in India who assume that I’m
the best lover in the world. (Laughter) If you don’t tell anyone,
I’m going to tell you I’m not, but I never let that assumption go away. (Laughter) I’ve also been made to understand there are lots of you here
who haven’t seen my work, and I feel really sad for you. (Laughter) (Applause) That doesn’t take away from the fact
that I’m completely self-obsessed, as a movie star should be. (Laughter) That’s when my friends,
Chris and Juliet called me here to speak about the future “you.” Naturally, it follows I’m going
to speak about the present me. (Laughter) Because I truly believe
that humanity is a lot like me. (Laughter) It is. It is. It’s an aging movie star, grappling with all
the newness around itself, wondering whether
it got it right in the first place, and still trying to find a way to keep on shining regardless. I was born in a refugee colony
in the capital city of India, New Delhi. And my father was a freedom fighter. My mother was, well,
just a fighter like mothers are. And much like the original homo sapiens, we struggled to survive. When I was in my early 20s, I lost both my parents, which I must admit
seems a bit careless of me now, but — (Laughter) I do remember the night my father died, and I remember the driver of a neighbor
who was driving us to the hospital. He mumbled something
about “dead people don’t tip so well” and walked away into the dark. And I was only 14 then, and I put my father’s dead body
in the back seat of the car, and my mother besides me, I started driving back
from the hospital to the house. And in the middle of her quiet crying,
my mother looked at me and she said, “Son, when did you learn to drive?” And I thought about it
and realized, and I said to my mom, “Just now, Mom.” (Laughter) So from that night onwards, much akin to humanity in its adolescence, I learned the crude tools of survival. And the framework of life was
very, very simple then, to be honest. You know, you just ate what you got and did whatever you were told to do. I thought celiac was a vegetable, and vegan, of course, was Mr. Spock’s
lost comrade in “Star Trek.” (Laughter) You married the first girl that you dated, and you were a techie if you could fix
the carburetor in your car. I really thought that gay was
a sophisticated English word for happy. And Lesbian, of course, was the capital
of Portugal, as you all know. (Laughter) Where was I? We relied on systems created through the toil and sacrifice
of generations before to protect us, and we felt that governments
actually worked for our betterment. Science was simple and logical, Apple was still then just a fruit owned by Eve first and then Newton, not by Steve Jobs, until then. And “Eureka!” was what you screamed when you wanted
to run naked on the streets. You went wherever life took you for work, and people were mostly welcoming of you. Migration was a term then still reserved for Siberian cranes,
not human beings. Most importantly, you were who you were and you said what you thought. Then in my late 20s, I shifted to the sprawling
metropolis of Mumbai, and my framework, like the newly industrialized
aspirational humanity, began to alter. In the urban rush for a new,
more embellished survival, things started to look a little different. I met people who had descended
from all over the world, faces, races, genders, money-lenders. Definitions became more and more fluid. Work began to define you at that time in an overwhelmingly equalizing manner, and all the systems
started to feel less reliable to me, almost too thick to hold on to the diversity of mankind and the human need to progress and grow. Ideas were flowing
with more freedom and speed. And I experienced the miracle
of human innovation and cooperation, and my own creativity, when supported by the resourcefulness
of this collective endeavor, catapulted me into superstardom. I started to feel that I had arrived, and generally, by the time I was 40,
I was really, really flying. I was all over the place. You know? I’d done 50 films by then and 200 songs, and I’d been knighted by the Malaysians. I had been given the highest civil honor
by the French government, the title of which for the life of me
I can’t pronounce even until now. (Laughter) I’m sorry, France, and thank you,
France, for doing that. But much bigger than that,
I got to meet Angelina Jolie — (Laughter) for two and a half seconds. (Laughter) And I’m sure she also remembers
that encounter somewhere. OK, maybe not. And I sat next to Hannah Montana
on a round dinner table with her back towards me most of the time. Like I said, I was flying,
from Miley to Jolie, and humanity was soaring with me. We were both pretty much
flying off the handle, actually. And then you all know what happened. The internet happened. I was in my late 40s, and I started tweeting
like a canary in a birdcage and assuming that, you know,
people who peered into my world would admire it for the miracle I believed it to be. But something else
awaited me and humanity. You know, we had expected
an expansion of ideas and dreams with the enhanced
connectivity of the world. We had not bargained
for the village-like enclosure of thought, of judgment, of definition that flowed from the same place that freedom and revolution
was taking place in. Everything I said took a new meaning. Everything I did — good, bad, ugly — was there for the world
to comment upon and judge. As a matter of fact,
everything I didn’t say or do also met with the same fate. Four years ago, my lovely wife Gauri and me
decided to have a third child. It was claimed on the net that he was the love child of our first child who was 15 years old. Apparently, he had sown
his wild oats with a girl while driving her car in Romania. And yeah, there was
a fake video to go with it. And we were so disturbed as a family. My son, who is 19 now, even now when you say “hello” to him, he just turns around and says, “But bro, I didn’t even have
a European driving license.” (Laughter) Yeah. In this new world, slowly, reality became virtual
and virtual became real, and I started to feel that I could not be who I wanted to be
or say what I actually thought, and humanity at this time completely identified with me. I think both of us
were going through our midlife crisis, and humanity, like me,
was becoming an overexposed prima donna. I started to sell everything, from hair oil to diesel generators. Humanity was buying everything from crude oil to nuclear reactors. You know, I even tried
to get into a skintight superhero suit to reinvent myself. I must admit I failed miserably. And just an aside I want to say
on behalf of all the Batmen, Spider-Men and Supermen of the world, you have to commend them, because it really hurts in the crotch,
that superhero suit. (Laughter) Yeah, I’m being honest.
I need to tell you this here. Really. And accidentally, I happened
to even invent a new dance form which I didn’t realize,
and it became a rage. So if it’s all right, and you’ve seen a bit of me,
so I’m quite shameless, I’ll show you. It was called the Lungi dance. So if it’s all right, I’ll just show you.
I’m talented otherwise. (Cheers) So it went something like this. Lungi dance. Lungi dance.
Lungi dance. Lungi dance. Lungi dance. Lungi dance.
Lungi dance. Lungi dance. Lungi dance. Lungi dance.
Lungi dance. Lungi. That’s it. It became a rage. (Cheers) It really did. Like you notice, nobody could make
any sense of what was happening except me, and I didn’t give a damn, really, because the whole world,
and whole humanity, seemed as confused and lost as I was. I didn’t give up then. I even tried to reconstruct
my identity on the social media like everyone else does. I thought if I put on
philosophical tweets out there people will think I’m with it, but some of the responses I got
from those tweets were extremely confusing acronyms
which I didn’t understand. You know? ROFL, LOL. “Adidas,” somebody wrote back
to one of my more thought-provoking tweets and I was wondering
why would you name a sneaker, I mean, why would you write back
the name of a sneaker to me? And I asked my 16-year-old daughter,
and she enlightened me. “Adidas” now means
“All day I dream about sex.” (Laughter) Really. I didn’t know if you know that. So I wrote back,
“WTF” in bold to Mr. Adidas, thanking secretly that some acronyms
and things won’t change at all. WTF. But here we are. I am 51 years old, like I told you, and mind-numbing acronyms notwithstanding, I just want to tell you if there has been a momentous time
for humanity to exist, it is now, because the present you is brave. The present you is hopeful. The present you
is innovative and resourceful, and of course, the present you
is annoyingly indefinable. And in this spell-binding, imperfect moment of existence, feeling a little brave
just before I came here, I decided to take
a good, hard look at my face. And I realized that I’m beginning
to look more and more like the wax statue of me
at Madame Tussaud’s. (Laughter) Yeah, and in that moment of realization, I asked the most central
and pertinent question to humanity and me: Do I need to fix my face? Really. I’m an actor, like I told you, a modern expression of human creativity. The land I come from is the source of inexplicable
but very simple spirituality. In its immense generosity, India decided somehow that I, the Muslim son
of a broke freedom fighter who accidentally ventured
into the business of selling dreams, should become its king of romance, the “Badhshah of Bollywood,” the greatest lover
the country has ever seen … with this face. Yeah. (Laughter) Which has alternately
been described as ugly, unconventional, and strangely, not chocolatey enough. (Laughter) The people of this ancient land embraced me in their limitless love, and I’ve learned from these people that neither power nor poverty can make your life more magical or less tortuous. I’ve learned from the people of my country that the dignity of a life, a human being, a culture,
a religion, a country actually resides in its ability for grace and compassion. I’ve learned that whatever moves you, whatever urges you to create, to build, whatever keeps you from failing, whatever helps you survive, is perhaps the oldest and the simplest
emotion known to mankind, and that is love. A mystic poet from my land famously wrote, (Recites poem in Hindi) (Poem ends) Which loosely translates
into that whatever — yeah, if you know Hindi,
please clap, yeah. (Applause) It’s very difficult to remember. Which loosely translates
into actually saying that all the books of knowledge
that you might read and then go ahead
and impart your knowledge through innovation,
through creativity, through technology, but mankind will never be
the wiser about its future unless it is coupled with a sense of love
and compassion for their fellow beings. The two and a half alphabets
which form the word “प्रेम,” which means “love,” if you are able to understand that and practice it, that itself is enough
to enlighten mankind. So I truly believe the future “you” has to be a you that loves. Otherwise it will cease to flourish. It will perish in its own self-absorption. So you may use your power to build walls and keep people outside, or you may use it to break barriers
and welcome them in. You may use your faith to make people afraid and terrify them into submission, or you can use it
to give courage to people so they rise to the greatest
heights of enlightenment. You can use your energy to build nuclear bombs
and spread the darkness of destruction, or you can use it to spread
the joy of light to millions. You may filthy up the oceans callously
and cut down all the forests. You can destroy the ecology, or turn to them with love and regenerate life
from the waters and trees. You may land on Mars and build armed citadels, or you may look for life-forms and species
to learn from and respect. And you can use
all the moneys we all have earned to wage futile wars and give guns in the hands
of little children to kill each other with, or you can use it to make more food to fill their stomachs with. My country has taught me the capacity for a human being to love
is akin to godliness. It shines forth in a world which civilization, I think,
already has tampered too much with. In the last few days,
the talks here, the wonderful people coming and showing their talent, talking about individual achievements,
the innovation, the technology, the sciences, the knowledge
we are gaining by being here in the presence of TED Talks
and all of you are reasons enough
for us to celebrate the future “us.” But within that celebration the quest to cultivate
our capacity for love and compassion has to assert itself,
has to assert itself, just as equally. So I believe the future “you” is an infinite you. It’s called a chakra
in India, like a circle. It ends where it begins from
to complete itself. A you that perceives
time and space differently understands both your unimaginable and fantastic importance and your complete unimportance
in the larger context of the universe. A you that returns back to the original innocence of humanity, which loves from the purity of heart, which sees from the eyes of truth, which dreams from the clarity
of an untampered mind. The future “you” has to be like an aging movie star who has been made to believe
that there is a possibility of a world which is completely, wholly, self-obsessively in love with itself. A world — really, it has to be a you to create a world which is its own best lover. That I believe, ladies and gentlemen, should be the future “you.” Thank you very much. Shukriya. (Applause) Thank you. (Applause) Thank you. (Applause)


Top 10 Countdown

Sep 9, 2019, 5:16 am Reply

Srk Ami kub vokto kintu tar ovinoy ager Moto nai ekta jorip korle ai kotha sobai bolbe see jotno niye ager Moto ovinoy korena Mone hoy sobtai artificial

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Sep 9, 2019, 5:17 am Reply

But I love srk

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Sep 9, 2019, 5:19 am Reply

Srk nambar 1

Rojina Khatun

Sep 9, 2019, 6:58 am Reply

I become awestruck everytime I hear him..King for a reason ❤️

Dancing Saints Entertainment

Sep 9, 2019, 7:12 am Reply

What have he done for people of Kashmir in last 40 years besides just making movies there. Any hospital, any humanity aid to Kashmiri people, any schools there, any speech for the kashmiris??? any mention of them in any speech, forums, media talks for the plight of Kashmiris??? anything? or just making movies/ series against his own birthplace is all he does.

I Am Rubel

Sep 9, 2019, 8:17 pm Reply

India should proud becoz of they r have Shah Rukh Khan

Masume Rezai

Sep 9, 2019, 8:10 am Reply

You're one of the best actor in the world… love you so much SRK ??
I wish you all the best ?☺

tahamid hasan ashik

Sep 9, 2019, 8:26 am Reply

Best speech ever some funny some emotional and some inspiration talk I never watched in my life thanks sir love from Bangladesh?

Lovely Majhi

Sep 9, 2019, 9:49 am Reply

Why I got recommended this video now after such a long time

Ansh Mobile

Sep 9, 2019, 3:46 pm Reply

A great human being??

Muhammad Taha

Sep 9, 2019, 5:32 pm Reply

Obviously he is the best actor and human in world. I really want to meet him❤

tapas mohanty

Sep 9, 2019, 10:25 pm Reply

Smartest actor of bolywood.

Stella Selv

Oct 10, 2019, 12:59 am Reply

I m not a fan, I remember 2 to 4 movies of his. .. However he is a good human being… RESPECT..

Kyrie Frz

Oct 10, 2019, 1:34 am Reply

my dad and Shah Rukh Khan would probably get along realllllly well

Gopesh Jangid

Oct 10, 2019, 2:29 am Reply

SRK, the beat of million's heart…


Oct 10, 2019, 3:00 pm Reply

Its to inspiring SRK

Abrar Rahib

Oct 10, 2019, 3:57 pm Reply

Srk is a muslim but he started his conversation with namaskar! **

catherine beauty

Oct 10, 2019, 4:15 pm Reply

I said myself when I browse the clips via YouTube I saw this video from a far like King Shahrukh Khan when I felt that entered this video when I read the title video Surprise actor famous participates this is an indescribable feeling I am very Farhana I love this man? * _ *

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Oct 10, 2019, 6:26 pm Reply

Poweful persons are coming from powerful places… indians…

Brian Lara

Oct 10, 2019, 4:35 am Reply

Whatever,never ever should believe this bollywood Muslims, they live in India but their heart is always on They always have secondary thoughts to bang someone!


Oct 10, 2019, 12:54 pm Reply

This is amazing SRK is love. Proud Indian

Milan Neupane

Oct 10, 2019, 2:44 pm Reply

My best in the universe.

Crystal Yeow

Oct 10, 2019, 10:19 pm Reply

Love You ???

Crystal Yeow

Oct 10, 2019, 10:27 pm Reply

Wonder if I am given the chance to speak on stage, will I be shivering or not?

hala bark

Oct 10, 2019, 2:13 am Reply

Boolyud king

Neru Kadirova

Oct 10, 2019, 10:32 am Reply

omg what the handsome and humanity boy SRK❤

Muhamed Raaseth

Oct 10, 2019, 3:33 pm Reply

ok my respect for SRK just rose by like a million percent

Cash Money

Oct 10, 2019, 4:43 am Reply

I thought he would've said i started selling fairness cream

sonu alam

Oct 10, 2019, 6:32 pm Reply

Superb sir


Oct 10, 2019, 8:04 pm Reply


Razi Ahmad

Oct 10, 2019, 10:11 am Reply


Adil abbasi

Oct 10, 2019, 3:21 pm Reply

Srk so much love youu jigar?

Anjana Bochiwal

Oct 10, 2019, 7:15 pm Reply


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saku suzi

Oct 10, 2019, 10:07 am Reply

Love you SHRK. Long live!

vinay hote

Oct 10, 2019, 7:05 pm Reply



Oct 10, 2019, 9:07 pm Reply

Legendary Man ???

Divyang Chopra

Oct 10, 2019, 11:20 pm Reply

Making India proud as always!

Tanya Singh

Oct 10, 2019, 7:57 pm Reply

This man is unreal a gifted human ❤️?

Ravi Kumar

Oct 10, 2019, 7:31 am Reply

His father was freedom fighter and people ask him what you've done for India….!??

Ashish Tiwari

Oct 10, 2019, 11:55 am Reply

every indian is proud that you exist !!!! ,,. an inspiration

Mohammed Sameer

Oct 10, 2019, 8:29 pm Reply

Assalamu alaikum rahmatullahi barakatuh bhai sahab bhaijaan ise kahate Hain Shahrukh Khan Jo dikhne Mein acche Nahin balki bolane mein bahut acche Hain ise kahate Hain SRK bole to King Khan OK good night khuda Hafiz

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Oct 10, 2019, 8:42 am Reply

Nmskar, Witty andSimple fundamental things

priya k

Oct 10, 2019, 9:16 am Reply

Thanks for existing srk❤

priya k

Oct 10, 2019, 9:34 am Reply

This is World's biggest and richest actor for you??
Love u shah❤

kunal mishra

Oct 10, 2019, 10:58 am Reply

Not a big fan of his work. But big fan of the man.

naga manjunath

Oct 10, 2019, 11:07 am Reply

Thanks to the great nation of India for providing opportunities and producing a talent like this in the field of cinema despite for all what he is.

Had this man born on the other side of the border he probably would have had his pashtun suicide bombers teach him how to strap bombs and murder Hindu India in the name of Ghazwa-e-hind and the beautiful religion that teaches it.

Nevertheless, his subtly inexpressible hatred towards Hindu India and it's idea of existence even after a millenia of onslaught, isn't dead yet.

Brijesh Yadav

Oct 10, 2019, 11:43 am Reply

Anyone 10 October 2019


Oct 10, 2019, 12:11 pm Reply

Omg miss seeing him on screen

Vishal gupta

Oct 10, 2019, 2:44 pm Reply

Proud as he is in India

Abhishek Ghosh

Oct 10, 2019, 7:20 am Reply

Srk great

Brain Storm

Oct 10, 2019, 9:38 am Reply

there was a lot of hidden messages for specific people in his talk, funny but hidden

voice of love

Oct 10, 2019, 11:30 am Reply

U r a great speaker shahrukh sir…
U represent india,bollywood,inspiration for millions

Raj Shekhar Dixit

Oct 10, 2019, 3:24 pm Reply

You are simply superb SRK, the king of Romance

Cajee Cardoz

Oct 10, 2019, 2:49 am Reply

Its so irritating to hear the fake laughter

Harshit Tewari

Oct 10, 2019, 9:38 am Reply

For once, Shah Rukh actually looked nervous. It was great to see this side coupled with his words.

kalia aslam

Oct 10, 2019, 10:32 am Reply

Bro love that humor ♥️♥️♥️

Natsu Fairy

Oct 10, 2019, 3:30 pm Reply


Mohanpreet Singh

Oct 10, 2019, 4:05 pm Reply

Those haters gd mrng the way he started hatts off sir lv u jb tk bollywud hai oo sry my mistake jb tk world hai universe hai srk ka nam rhega ??

Lavesh Goyal

Oct 10, 2019, 9:54 pm Reply

Luv u srk

Anshul Agrawal

Oct 10, 2019, 11:57 pm Reply

from whom did he get this speech written from it could be partially him too but not the whole

manisha nanda

Oct 10, 2019, 7:12 am Reply

He is all pure heart?❤

Alpha Infinity

Oct 10, 2019, 7:35 am Reply

Help SRK comeback pls❤️ #MakeSRKgreatAgain

Md Rahmat Rahmat ali

Oct 10, 2019, 6:29 am Reply

Md Rahmat ali

علي محمد

Oct 10, 2019, 2:30 pm Reply

I like it..

Rohit Kashyap

Oct 10, 2019, 3:50 pm Reply

Who scripted his speech he didn't write it we all know it!!

A Game Plex

Oct 10, 2019, 7:49 pm Reply

Love my King of hearts ????

Aakash Uikey

Oct 10, 2019, 5:27 am Reply

King of Bollywood shahrukh khan sir..

Антон Печник

Oct 10, 2019, 7:16 pm Reply

Молоток мужик! Риспект и уважуха.

Rushikesh Ghatare

Oct 10, 2019, 4:09 am Reply

INDIA is great.
. Soo all Indians also.. great .

Jai Hind.. vandeMatram

Sree Latha

Oct 10, 2019, 2:36 pm Reply

If I had authority I'd give the Nobel Prize for economics to you because you know how to earn money, how else does one prove that he knows how to play the game of economics but please don't take away my Nobel prize for Peace(or is it love?) with this speech…may you always be blessed.

Md Moshiur Rahman Likhon

Oct 10, 2019, 5:08 pm Reply

As you a Muslim, at first you should give salam but you said namaste….. It’s disappointing.

Ruzindana Jean -Marie

Oct 10, 2019, 9:21 pm Reply

, when we talk science or scientific and scientists is huge impacts , is now olmost 7 years Belgium authority there huge crimes of premeditated murder , I had informed even United Nations that beginning of climate change crisis started from my apartment ( cité modèle 12 / 3 Laeken Bruxelles around chaussée romaine) , let we share this testimony Belgique / België / Belgium is wildly country of 3 tribes hate each others, each tribe have there own premier minister and king tribe from other country, one day I wake up and find police of Belgium go to my apartment without appointment when I am not there to activate climate change crisis and sorcery storms, and I took responsibilities to stop my children to come back and others visitors , to save myself been victims of poisoning anyone , I told worldwide including United Kingdom where my legal documents I hold from, from then they used poison to kill me didn’t work, used dogs , used even community and no one want to kill someone for just reasons to brought up there child as black man, Belgium are top number one racist hate black peoples and amazingly survived because of black peoples and beggars money using refugees, children are all over the worldwide strike against climate change crisis but should been also starting strike against Belgium, in 1945 the born of United Nations lies was not on table , thank you to share with me , day life , tears , happiness and impossibles ,


Lucky 7777

Oct 10, 2019, 5:34 am Reply

Uzbek peopel respect and like Shakrukhan. And we love watching his movies

Firdousi Sheikh

Oct 10, 2019, 8:38 am Reply

SRK is not only an actor he is an institution….many different things we can learn from him… Which gives a 'never give up' attitude ?


Oct 10, 2019, 5:37 pm Reply

This man deserves the position where he is now….god always shines them who worked hard

Keerthi Jesus

Oct 10, 2019, 5:27 am Reply

Namaste Ji

Keerthi Jesus

Oct 10, 2019, 5:28 am Reply


Keerthi Jesus

Oct 10, 2019, 5:29 am Reply


Kawsar Aliyan

Oct 10, 2019, 7:12 am Reply

OMG. Is this SRK or what, really India has to be proud of him, not only for his films,and shows, what he achieve. Jay Hind. Just to listen he will make our life.

IQ factory

Oct 10, 2019, 3:24 pm Reply

I never thought, he can speek this level. Wow man. I am delhiians, i love you.


Oct 10, 2019, 5:25 pm Reply

This is going to be the first time I am disliking The SRK oratory….he failed miserably. Was nervous. Talked more than required about his films and fame. I think he forgot that he was delivering TED talk and not distributing awards …came prepared but messed it up…I am depressed Shahrukh.

Pintu Singh

Oct 10, 2019, 9:30 am Reply

SRK ❤❤ ❤ ❤

Yashoha Hashini Disnayaka

Oct 10, 2019, 3:06 pm Reply

U are the most intelligent man in the world i had ever seen from my loving dad…i respect u sir…mr.shah rukh khan…u are a gem for ur country india…i love u very much.from sri lanka…???

Mizra De Golden Hart Isra Lucky

Oct 10, 2019, 5:54 pm Reply


Awesome world videos

Oct 10, 2019, 6:52 pm Reply

Love can bring any sort of person come closer and spread respect and humanity among each other.

Shaswati Roy

Oct 10, 2019, 10:59 pm Reply

Love you

Osama Shakeel

Oct 10, 2019, 11:23 pm Reply

Hindi poem makes my day.

Rajdeep Basu

Oct 10, 2019, 12:53 pm Reply


Komalika Gaikwad

Oct 10, 2019, 6:19 am Reply

Did he learnt every bit of the speech!! .
Ugh i like srk but really! He wasn't giving a ted talk he was just showing his learning abilities! ?

Barsa Das

Oct 10, 2019, 8:47 am Reply

The most gentle speech with loads of intelligence, only Shahrukh can??

Keerthi Jesus

Oct 10, 2019, 4:54 pm Reply

Soorry SSIRR

Rajdeep Deb

Oct 10, 2019, 9:07 pm Reply

Aadmi bada ho jae toh baate badi hi karta hai. Hail SRK.


Oct 10, 2019, 3:28 pm Reply

Who stan legends?

konika hazare

Oct 10, 2019, 8:11 pm Reply

He struggled so much in his life and I think he really deserves the best .. Salute to you sir, you are the best.

Sheikh Anas

Oct 10, 2019, 9:50 am Reply

Sare jahaan se Achaa King Khan Hamra

Sheikh Anas

Oct 10, 2019, 9:50 am Reply

Bollwood ka Baap King Khan Hamra

Sheikh Anas

Oct 10, 2019, 9:50 am Reply

The first King of Bollwood S R K And the Last King of Bollwood S R K

muks mehta

Oct 10, 2019, 11:45 am Reply

One of the best and Most thought provoking ted talks, Dear srk thank you for existing ?

happy dentistry

Oct 10, 2019, 2:16 pm Reply

I Love him
Proud of him as an indian

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