Shah Rukh Khan is well-loved all around the globe. There are people who religiously look up to the star and flock to Mannat every year on his birthday, which is on 2nd November. The actor then shows up for a few minutes to thank his fans for their warm wishes. For this glance, they can be seen waiting for hours in front of his house. But this year, the pandemic has taken away a lot of fun. However, it seems like his fans have found out an alternative for it.
King Khan, who is frequently seen attending the Indian Premier League at Dubai, recently held a session on Twitter, called #AskSRK. There, he advised his fans not to visit him this year and to forward their wishes from a distance. The actor said, “iss baar ka pyaar thoda door se yaar (this time show your love from a distance).”
So, as an alternative, the fan clubs will be hosting virtual parties. According to a report in Bollywood Hungama, a fan club will host a virtual cake-cutting ceremony. Fans will also be treated to a virtual live stream of Mannat from a day prior. Celebrations will include an SRK quiz, virtual selfie booths, games, and incredible performances. The particular fandom will be taking a step forward by donating 5555 Covid-19 kits with masks and sanitizers. They will also be feeding 5555 to the needy. This will truly be a wonderful event and would carry the name of the superstar forward in a positive light.