A couple of days back, the external walls of Mannat were ruined by graffiti and reports of how even a VIP house is not sheltered any longer, begun doing the rounds. SRK took to twitter to express his stun over the episode and composed, “U can’t leave ur house for a day without sum one messing with it!! Shocked.” [sic] The walls of the on-screen character’s four-storeyed house in Bandra, were painted with messages that read, “love you SRK” and “c u on fifteenth.” The message was bafflingly marked by a certain Gaurav.
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Then again, after the teaser of Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan released, the occurrence appeared to be less of a demonstration of vandalism and more like an advertising trick. By ‘c u on fifteenth’, appears like the unidentified fan signified ‘April 15, 2016,’ which has been reported as the release date of the film.
As the teaser closes, a cry goes out, “Aa gaya Gaurav”. Additionally? While teasers are typically initially shared by stars or the executive, this time it was a fan who shared the teaser which was then shared by SRK. Shah Rukh likewise tweeted, and hope u all ‘feel’ yourselves as I play the one who makes a star. All who make me…I am your FAN.”
[sic] So, will putting fans first be the promoting method for Fan? In the event that it is, then it would be the coolest advertising trap in the book.
On a lighter note which is far away from the topic, Shah Rukh surmised that his mom would have slapped him had she been alive. SRK, the badshah of Bollywood, wished his late mother, Lateef Fatima Khan on her 74th birthday on blogging webpage, Twitter. On the other hand, while wishing her, the witty on-screen character likewise clowned that his mom would have slapped him for advising her age.
The heartthrob of Bollywood frequently recollects his guardians and keeps his fans redesigned with pictures and posts. This was one such upgrade. SRK tweeted, “She would be 74 years today and I would be slapped for telling her age…it’s a happy day today.” [sic]