Bollywood Badshah’s iconic tale of two childhood lovers, Devdas completed 13 years today and the actor marked it in a very dubsmashing way.
Shah Rukh Khan took to twitter to pay tribute to the film’s anniversary by making a dubsmash video of his own monologue from the movie.
Saved by the candle….it’s kinda strange to do me by me…. http://t.co/34nbGhH9GA— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 11, 2015
"babuji ne kahaa gaon chhod do, sabne kahaa paro ko chhod do..."
King Khan made no alterations in the dubsmash clip but he found it funny to be lip-syncing his own lines saying that ‘the candle saved him’.
He also thanked the entire team of the film and posted a picture montage of different renditions of Devdas.
Thx Sanjay Binod Prakashji Bela Madhuri Aish Sarojji Vaibhavi Ismail Monty & whole team & Devbabu for the masterpiece pic.twitter.com/D44Q7V9Nzy— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 11, 2015
SRK also paid gratitude to Jackie Shroff:
And a special thanx to my favourite Jaggu Dada…. “ Hum la ilaaj ho gaye Chunni Babu”— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 11, 2015
Fans are totally in love with SRK’s dubsmash debut. #13YearsOfDevdas was trending on Twitter for a few hours last night.
The movie featured Aishwarya Rai as Paro and Madhuri Dixit as Chandramukhi. The film, which released in 2002, also starred actors Jackie Shroff, Kirron Kher and Smita Jaykar in pivotal roles.
Devdas is based on a novel by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay and tells the story of two childhood lovers who remain ununited all their life because of the difference in their social classes.