Shah Rukh Khan Thanks The Poet Who Inspired Dialogues of His Upcoming Film 'Zero'

Shah Rukh Khan Thanks The Poet Who Inspired Dialogues of His Upcoming Film 'Zero'

King Khan posted a heartfelt tweet to express his gratitude
Shah Rukh Khan Thanks The Poet Who Inspired Dialogues of His Upcoming Film 'Zero'

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They say that a small amount of love goes a long way to simplify even the most complicated of things. In SRK's forthcoming film, Zero, there is a very important dialogue that has also been incorporated in his teaser. The dialodue runs this: "ticket liye baithe hai log meri zindagi ki, tamashaa bhi pura hona chaiyee.’

Translation: If you have bought a ticket then you must have full fun (value of your money).

Seconds after his tweet, users began to point out the fact that the lines he had used to promote the Anand L Rai-directorial were actually written by Mithelesh Baria. His timeline was inundated with Twitterati asking the star to give credit for the lines that Baria penned in 2015. The author Mr Baria too asked the filmmakers to recognise his lines in the film.

The poet 

Shah Rukh Khan finally decided that he is going to give credit to the author for penning the lines, and posted a tweet yesterday, thanking him for the lines that he borrowed in his teaser. He worte, “Bahut bahut dhanyawad aapki kitab mili aur padkar bahut accha laga. Social media par aapne saabit kar diya ki har jagah par acchi baatein hai, pasand aati hai.”

Translation: Thank you so much for the book that I received and read. You proved on social media that nice words are always appreciated.”

Have you watched the announcement of the film ‘Zero’ yet? If not, here it is:

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