#AskSRK: Shah Rukh Khan finally gives a strong HINT about his next film

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Every time Shah Rukh Khan indulges in the ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on Twitter even a dull day turns into a bright one for his fans and followers. Shah Rukh is a witty actor and his fun and quirky replies to his fan’s weird and interesting queries are a must-read.

On Wednesday the actor once again indulged in an ‘AMA’ session and as usual, he answered some of the vaguest as well as intriguing questions bombarded on him by his fans. SRK also gave a very ‘strong hint’ about his next film.

Starting the interactive session, SRK tweeted, “Have 15 minutes before I go into doing more of nothing! Thought will spend it with you all and do a quick #AskSRK 3…2….1….go!(sic).”

It’s been two years since SRK was seen on the silver screen. Obviously, fans are dying to know about the superstar’s upcoming film. One of the fans asked him, “Ek hint dedo apni next movie ki please#AskSRK.”

Replying to the fan’s request, Shah Rukh gave a funny answer as he tweeted, “Strong hint: apni sabi next movies mein main star kar raha hoon!! Don’t tell anybody please.”

When another fan asked when he will be seen on the silver screen, the Zero actor replied, “Bhai bana raha hoon…bana raha hoon!!!”

When a follower asked the actor when he will announce his next, yet again SRK gave a witty reply as he wrote, “Announcements are for airports and railway stations my friend….movies ki hawa toh khud ban jaati hai…..”

Well, Shah Rukh may have dodged that question smartly, but according to the latest reports, Shah Rukh has already started shooting for his next Pathan. The Yash Raj Film’s production will see the superstar romance Deepika Padukone. Whereas John Abraham will be seen playing the antagonist in this action drama film.

While the makers are yet to make an official announcement about Pathan, everyone is wondering when the actor will be making an official announcement about the same.

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