Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, a co-owner of an Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise, is now going to attend Pro Kabaddi league matches.
He confirmed his presence at the tournament in a series of tweets exchanged between him and Ronnie Screwvala, who owns a kabaddi franchise.
When the “Don” star tweeted about the recent victory of his IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders in Hyderabad, Screwvala responded to it by posting: “Congrats SRK – force be with you on this and at HNY (‘Happy New Year’) too.”
The actor then requested Screwvala to call him for kabaddi.
Screwvala then posted: “July last week – we have a date! Kabaddi Kabaddi Kabaddi.”
Shah Rukh, a sports enthusiast, then said he will be there for his team as well as for actor Abhishek Bachchan, who has bought Jaipur franchise of Pro-Kabaddi, a professional Kabaddi league.
“Ronnie Screwvala, will be there for your team and Abhishek’s team,” replied King Khan, who played the sport in his film “Pardes”.
Meanwhile, he was ecstatic that his team KKR won an IPL match against Sunrisers Hyderabad.
“My mom would be proud of my KKR boys. Love you. Need to kiss you all. Will come to Kolkata and do it. Umesh (Yadav) you are the sweetest. Absolutely deserving of the Man of Match. Me and my daughter have kind of gone mad with happiness,” SRK further posted on Twitter Monday.
Sanjay Gupta two-timing!
Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta, popular for directing films like “Kaante” and “Shootout at Lokhandwala”, has started working on two scripts and he feels as though he’s two-timing.
“‘Mumbai Saga’ scripting session today. Love it when the script starts taking its final shape,” Gupta posted on Twitter Monday.
“‘Mumbai Saga’ and ‘Jazbaa’. Working on two scripts simultaneously feels seriously like two-timing,” he further posted.
He had recently confirmed that actress Aishwarya Rai will play the female lead in his action-thriller “Jazbaa”.
Manisha on Andhra Pradesh tour
Actress Manisha Koirala might have taken a break from movies, but she is utilising her time by visiting villages in Andhra Pradesh.
She took to Twitter Monday to share a few photographs of her stay in the southern state.
When asked by actress Divya Dutta, Manisha tweeted: “Divya, was touring villages in Andhra. Just got back from Oneness University. Going back again!”
Apart from showing interest in the country’s rural side, Manisha, a cancer survivor, has also been taking a keen interest in practicing yoga.