King Khan's fans are mad about him-- no, crazy about him! But some take it a bit too far, like this one fan who left a message for the megastar on the walls of his bungalow. Talk about being obsessive... and creepy!
Shah Rukh is away from home - shooting for Dilwale in Bulgaria- and that's when the walls of his house (Mannat) were painted by a fan who has clearly crossed the line.
The compound walls of Shah Rukh's four-storeyed residence were painted with colourful graffiti by a mysterious fan named 'Gaurav' professing his love for the megastar.
Shah Rukh shared the incident on Twitter:
https://t.co/IsKA3JXGwN— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 8, 2015
U can’t leave ur house for a day without sum one messing with it!! Shocked!!!
According to DNA India, security guards at Mannat were unaware of the vandalism that had taken place, and refused to take any action till 'boss' ordered them to do so.
"There is nothing wrong with graffiti and we don't see any need to cover it. Anyway, boss isn't around and will be back only after 20 days or so. If he calls and asks us to remove it, we will do it," said a security guard under anonymity in an interview with DNA.
Mid-Day reported that a senior inspector of the Mumbai police will send its staff to the residence and investigate the matter further.
SRK fans are just as confused about the incident as everyone else:
Equally shocking was Shah Rukh's dinner date in Bulgaria which is making headlines all over. The megastar was seen dining with Kajol's hubby and actor Ajay Devgan.
The two have not been on good terms in the recent past. They first had a falling out nearly two decades ago during Karan Arjun days and things got worse when their films; SRK's Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Ajay's Son of Sardar, clashed at the box office.
We sense the lovely Kajol might be the reason for this renewed bond. Lately, SRK has been mending lots of relations in Bollywood and we are more than happy to see our favourite stars uniting.
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