Shah Rukh Khan signs a Guinness World Record for the most people striking his famous pose

Shah Rukh Khan along with approximately 300 of his devoted followers gathered in front of his fabled home, Mannat, to strike his famous stance.

Siddharth Anand’s and Aditya Chopra’s production “Pathaan,” which has broken box office records to become the highest-grossing Hindi film in history, is a spectacular achievement that has shocked the Hindi film industry.

This action-entertainer has captured fans all over the world and cemented its position in the history of Indian film, earning an incredible gross of more over Rs 1,050 crore at the international box office.

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Since its debut, “Pathaan” has broken numerous records, outperformed expectations, and won over millions of hearts.

‘Pathaan’ has added another achievement to its already impressive resume that has solidified its position in history. This achievement came before the TV premiere of the film.

Shah Rukh Khan and some 300 of his devoted followers gathered in front of his fabled home, Mannat, to strike his famous stance.

This remarkable occasion led to the establishment of a Guinness World Record for “The most people performing the Shah Rukh Khan pose simultaneously,” which is evidence of the actor’s tremendous popularity around the world and his devoted following.

Shah Rukh Khan enthusiastically took the world record plaque in a celebratory setting, underscoring the significance of this accomplishment.

The famous person politely signed the document while sincerely thanking all of the supporters who helped make this amazing achievement possible. “Thank You So Much All Of You. We are happy and very grateful,” SRK added in the letter, further winning the hearts of his devoted followers.

Shah Rukh Khan seized the chance to interact with his fans who had gathered to mark the television premiere of “Pathaan,” which led to more festivities.

Siddharth Anand is the director and producer of the action comedy Pathaan. starring John Abraham, Deepika Padukone, and Shah Rukh Khan. After a lengthy absence of four years, it commemorates SRK’s comeback to the silver screen.

The movie broke records and amassed nearly Rs 1,050 crore at the worldwide box office, making it the highest-grossing Hindi film ever.