Bollywood film actress Swara Bhaskar and filmmaker Neeraj Ghaywan have supported actor Shah Rukh Khan amid the arrest of Aryan Khan in a drugs case. This support has been given through a viral poem by support writer Akhil Katyal. The two stars shared Akhil Katyal’s poem dedicated to Shah Rukh Khan tagging Shah Rukh Khan on their Twitter timeline. The poem mentions all the roles played by Shah Rukh Khan that make him the Shah Rukh Khan of Bollywood.
The same poem is going viral on the internet. In this poem where on the one hand, shah rukh khan has a swan of all the roles played. On the other hand, there is a dig at those who are targeting Shah Rukh Khan over the arrest of Aryan Khan in a drug case.
????✨ @iamsrk https://t.co/uFBF1R9UCT
— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) October 11, 2021
The same actress Swara Bhaskar wrote Akhil Katyal’s poem, “He is Sometimes Rahul, Kabhi Raj, Kabhi Charlie To Kabhi Max Surinder Bhi Woh. Harry bhi who devdas bhi aur veer bhi, ram, mohan, kabir bhi, who. Amar hai, samar hai, rizwan, raees jahangir bhi. Swara Bhaskar shared this poem on her timeline tagging Shah Rukh Khan with a heart emoji. Filmmaker Neeraj Ghaywan also shared the poem on his timeline tagging Shah Rukh Khan with the caption Love You Dil Se.
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