Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who became the recent victim of death hoax, came up with a perfect reply to the rumors that he finally managed to survive the week despite the fatal plane crash and serious accident on the sets of his movie. His reaction came after the news of his death surfaced the internet claiming that King Khan passed away in a plane crash.
According to the media reports, A European news network announced the death of Shah Rukh along with seven other people from his team claiming that their private jet got crashed. Apparently, the death hoax got viral at the same time when the 'Dilwale' actor got injured during the shooting of Imtiaz Ali's directorial.
Amazed by the death hoax, Shah Rukh made a satirical post on micro-blogging site Twitter and shared a funny picture of himself along with the caption, "TGIF! Survived the week inspite of a plane crash, fatal accident on sets & yet another title of Imtiaz Ali film!"
TGIF! Survived the week inspite of a plane crash, fatal accident on sets & yet another title of Imtiaz Ali film! pic.twitter.com/5W5DtrrupAâ€” Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) June 2, 2017
Interestingly, SRK hasn't been the only one to have become the victim of fake death reports. Recently, television actress Shweta Tiwari and Ashok Sharaf too faced similar situation like King Khan. In fact, Amitabh Bachchan, Farida Jalal, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan too were targeted with death hoax in the past.
On the work front, while SRK is busy with the yet-to-be titled Imtiaz Ali directorial, he will also be seen in Salman khan's upcoming release 'Tubelight'. Khan will be seen doing a cameo in the movie. Helmed by Kabir Khan, 'Tubelight' will hit the screens on June 23.