The undisputed king of Bollywood, Shahrukh Khan turned 48 this Saturday, expressed his appreciation for the love showered on him by his fans. The superstar took to Twitter to thanks all his fans who gathered outside his house on Friday night with carckers and his posters.
The actor who stays with his family in his bungalo in suburban Bandra, Mumbai was stunned by the number of people who gathered outside his house in the mid-night just to wish him happy birthday.
“Thank you everyone, all who came outside the house with crackers and posters. Love to you all and apologies to the neighbours. Your love makes me happy,” Shahrukh posted on the micro-blogging website Friday night.
The actor also thanked viewers for making him the subject of their admiration. “‘The mark of one born with noble qualities is being born without envy’- Francois. Now because of your love, I envy no one. Thanks all for ennobling me,” he added on Saturday.
Meanwhile the B-town wasn’t too far behind to wish the King khan on his birthday. Many celebs took to twitter and other networking sites to wish the king khan on his birthday.
Abhishek Bachchan: Happy Birthday to a good friend, a great guide and best team member to have when playing FIFA. Shah Rukh Khan have a super year, big love.
Neha Dhupia: Happy birthday Shah Rukh Khan … you are the reason why we believe in the magic! Big love …
Farah Khan: Happy birthday to my wiser, richer and “older-than-me” friend!…Pictures abhi baaki hain mere dost! (the pictures will follow) Love you !
Boman Irani: To a man who has never shared a dull moment with the world. Happy Birthday my good man Shahrukh! Lots of love to you.
Ritesh Sidhwani: Happy Birthday Don. wish you a year full of happiness, success, peace and loads of love.
Aditi Rao Hydari: Happy happy happiest birthday SRK. You are loved.
Aadesh Shrivastava: Happy birthday to Shah bhai (brother). May you achieve this year what you desire, good health. Many happy returns of the day, God bless you.document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);