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Bigg Boss 16: Abdu Rozik is a SRK fan, sings Tujhe Dekha Toh & it is the cutest thing on the internet

Shah Rukh Khan is everyone’s favourite and is universally adored, but did you know Bigg Boss contestant Abdu Rozik also loves the superstar? Bigg Boss recently made a reference to Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge while discussing a task on a recent episode of Salman Khan’s programme. MC Stan questioned Abdu if he knew who SRK was as Sajid Khan was teaching everything to him. The Tajikistani singer responded positively, revealing that he, too, admires King Khan.

“Yes, I know. I love Shah Rukh Khan, bro”, Tujhe Dekha Toh Yeh Jaana Sanam was uttered and sung by Abdu. Later in the challenge, Abdu was seen singing the song and imitating the actor’s signature stride. View the video here:

Everyone is now sharing the footage on social media. One of the fan said, “Salman and SRK are his favorite Indian actors.” Another person commented, “How amazing is this human (sic).”

Abdu Rozik has been a fan favourite since his appearance on Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss 16. His popularity in the country has only grown, and fans frequently laud him as the cutest Bigg Boss competitor in the show’s history.

Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan is preparing to make a triumphant comeback with three major films in the works. SRK is gearing up for Pathaan, in which he will star with Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. He will also appear alongside Nayanthara in Jawan. Aside from this, SRK will collaborate with Taapsee Pannu on Dunki.

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