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Salman’s Birthday Wish For SRK is something different

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As Shah Rukh Khan celebrated his 54th Birthday in the B Town, many of his fans all across the world joined him. Some of his fans who are also the actors like Vicky Kaushal and Ayushmann Khurrana too were present at the celebrations. One of the interesting wishes for the actor came from Salman Khan which is now gaining too many eyeballs on social media. Salman wished SRK with his Bollywood army with an interesting message.

Salman came on Instagram yesterday with his B Town divas like Daisy Shah, Sonakshi Sinha, Jacqueline Fernandez, Sohail Khan and Aayush Sharma to name a few to wish King Khan. In his video, one can see the group singing the Happy Birthday Song and it ended up with Salman Khan saying – Bhai ‘Phone toh utha leta’to SRK. Tne entire Bollywood army in the video was seen doing the signature pose of SRK together. With Salman’s message, it seemed that SRK missed picking up Salman’s phone.

So, when this message was going viral, Shah Rukh Khan also noticed the same and he was quick to thank Salman and his team with a sweet message saying – Thanks bro, and added that he missed Salman a lot at his party. He later added saying that he knew that Salman was busy making the people of Hyderabad very happy, which happens to his mother’s city as well. He then concluded saying that he loves him a lot and ended up saying that he wants him to come back soon so that SRK can get a birthday hug from Salman.

Well, you check the video here of Salman which he shared on his Instagram page.


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Happy bday khan Saab. . Hamare industry ka king khan @iamsrk

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