Shah Rukh Khan is all praises for ‘Pathan’ co-star John Abraham’s physique

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan recently treated his fans with his famous “Ask SRK” session on Twitter.

While many flooded the actor’s timeline with a barrage of questions, King Khan chose to answer only a handful as he marked 30 years in the industry.

Khan, who will reportedly collaborate with John Abraham for his upcoming film “Pathan” was all praises for the actor’s physique.

When one fan asked him about his health, Shah Rukh replied, “Not as amazing as John Abraham but holding my own…ha ha.”

Many asked the actor about his upcoming projects in different tweets. Here’s what the actor said:

SRK started his acting journey with television shows "Fauji" and "Circus", and later invaded the silver screen in 1992 with "Deewana", opposite Divya Bharti and veteran actor Rishi Kapoor.

Ahead of completing three decades in showbiz, Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter and shared a heartfelt note for his loyal fans, who’ve stuck by him all these years.

He wrote, “Been working. Just saw the ’overwhelmed ness’ of the lov of nearly 30 yrs u r showering on me here. Realised it’s more than half my life in the service of hoping to entertain u all. Will take out time tomorrow & share some love back personally. Thx needed to feel loved.”

Shah Rukh is yet to announce a new project as actor since his 2018 debacle "Zero", but he has been active as a producer in the digital space. This year, he produced the horror series "Betaal" and the digitally-released film "Class Of 83", after "Bard Of blood" in 2019.

He is all set to present the upcoming crime thriller "Love Hostel", a film set against the backdrop of rustic North India. The film, to be written and directed by National Award-winning cinematographer Shanker Raman, will feature Bobby Deol, Sanya Malhotra and Vikrant Massey in key roles.

Meanwhile, “Pathan” also stars Deepika Padukone, Dimple Kapadia, and will reportedly feature a cameo by Salman Khan.

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