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Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachiyaa share a photo with Shah Rukh Khan and congratulate him for 30 years in movies

Shah Rukh Khan has more than three decades of experience in the Indian film industry. The actor started off in TV shows before moving over to the big screen. The actor has not looked back since, and during the past three decades, he has continued to make excellent movies. In order to celebrate his 30 years in the industry, SRK shared the motion poster for his upcoming film during an Instagram live session. He delighted the Indian Police Force the day after at the Umang Awards. Before engaging in lighthearted banter with comedian Bharti Singh, the celebrity performed briefly.

Harsh Limbachiya and Bharti Limbachiya are both huge fans of SRK. They have made a point of recognizing the actor whenever they can and have been extremely outspoken about how much they adore him. King Khan posed with King Khan and Bharti in a photo that Harsh posted on Instagram. The picture was most likely taken during the award ceremony, which was held the day after SRK celebrated 30 years in the film industry. As they posed for the photo, all three of them were grinning broadly. Shah Rukh Khan has been a part of the Indian film industry for 30 years, according to Harsh, who titled his post “SRK 30” with a heart emoticon.

Over the following two years, Shah Rukh Khan will be featured in a number of films. He will make a brief cameo appearance in Tiger 3, Brahmastra, Laal Singh Chaddha, and Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. In terms of his full-fledged role, he will appear in Deepika Padukone and John Abraham’s next film Pathaan, directed by Siddharth Anand. In addition to Pathaan, the actor will appear in Atlee Kumar’s Jawan and Rajkumar Hirani’s Dunki. In 2023, each of his three films will hit theatres.

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