Witty Replies Of SRK On Twitter: From calling Virat Kohli his ‘damaad’ to addressing Jawan’s fake BO collection
Shah Rukh Khan is not only the king of Bollywood but also the king of witty replies on Twitter. The superstar often interacts with his fans through his #AskSRK sessions, where he answers their questions with his trademark humour and sarcasm. He also does not shy away from trolling himself or others, and sometimes gives valuable advice and compliments to his followers. Here are some of the best examples of SRK’s witty replies on Twitter from his recent and past sessions.
SRK calls Virat Kohli his ‘damaad jaisa’
One of the most hilarious moments from SRK’s latest #AskSRK session was when a fan asked him to say something about Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, who is married to SRK’s co-star and friend Anushka Sharma. SRK replied with a cheeky comment, saying “Damaad jaisa hai” (He is like a son-in-law). This made the fans go crazy and appreciate SRK’s sense of humour.
SRK trolls himself over Jab Harry Met Sejal and Ra.One
SRK is well aware of the fact that some of his films did not perform well at the box office or received negative reviews from the critics and the audience. He does not hesitate to make fun of himself or his films, and often gives witty responses to the fans who troll him over them. For instance, when a fan asked him to make a sequel of Jab Harry Met Sejal, which was widely panned by the viewers, SRK sarcastically said “Ha ha. Yahaan Twitter pe sab box office failures ka hi sequel kyon maang rahe hain???” (Ha ha. Why are people on Twitter asking for sequels of box office failures???). Similarly, when another fan asked him why he does not burn a CD of Ra.One on Dussehra, which is a festival where people burn effigies of evil characters, SRK humorously said “Arre kitna jale pe namak chidhoge!!” (How much salt will you rub on my wounds!!).
Tweet: Sir dussera pe ra.one ki cd kyu nahi jalate aap? (Sir why don’t you burn a CD of Ra.One on Dussehra?)
Reply: Arre kitna jale pe namak chidhoge!
SRK gives advice on how to treat women with respect
SRK is not only witty but also wise and respectful when it comes to answering questions related to women. He often gives sensible and meaningful advice to his fans on how to treat women with dignity and equality. For example, when a fan asked him “ladki patane ke liye ek do tips do” (give me one or two tips to woo a girl), SRK replied with “Start with not using the word ‘Patana’ dor a girl. Try with more respect gentleness and respect.” He also praised his female co-stars and friends like Kajol, Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt for their talent and beauty.
Reply: Start with not using the word ‘Patana’ dor a girl. Try with more respect gentleness and respect
Reply: Awesome…her discipline will inspire you
SRK shows his self-confidence and humility
SRK is known for his self-confidence and humility, which he often displays in his witty replies on Twitter. He does not shy away from praising himself or accepting his flaws, but he also does not take himself too seriously or boast about his achievements. He also acknowledges his fans’ love and support, and expresses his gratitude to them. For instance, when a fan asked him what is the biggest surprise for everyone in 2020, SRK said “Yeah I keep looking younger every year! That’s surprise snuff?!” When another fan asked him what kind of film he is keen on doing, SRK said “The hit kind? Hopefully!” He also thanked his fans for their birthday wishes and said “Thank you all for making my birthday so special. Love you always…”
Reply: Yeah I keep looking younger every year! That’s surprise snuff?!
Tweet: [What kind of film are you keen on doing?]
Reply: The hit kind? Hopefully!
Tweet: [Happy birthday sir]
Reply: Thank you all for making my birthday so special. Love you always…
These are some of the examples of SRK’s witty replies on Twitter, which show his charisma, intelligence and humour. He always entertains his fans with his witty and candid answers, and makes them laugh and smile. He is truly the king of wit and wisdom on Twitter.