Shah Rukh Khan calls Virat Kohli ‘Bollywood ka damaad’

Shah Rukh Khan, recently made more headlines by affectionately referring to Indian cricket superstar Virat Kohli as ‘Bollywood ka damaad,’ emphasizing their close bond that transcends cinema and sports. Khan’s endearing comments shed light on the deep-rooted friendship he shares with Virat, dating back to the time when the cricketer was romantically involved with actress Anushka Sharma.

In a candid interview with Star Sports, Shah Rukh Khan reminisced about the long-standing relationship he has nurtured with Virat Kohli, highlighting their shared history that extends to the period when Virat was dating Anushka Sharma. The actor, known for his roles in numerous Bollywood blockbusters, expressed his genuine fondness for Virat, describing him as an integral part of their extended family within the film fraternity.

Their camaraderie was further showcased during the previous season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) when fans were treated to a delightful moment as Shah Rukh and Virat danced together to the popular track ‘Jhoome Jo Pathaan’ from the movie Pathaan. Khan, observing Virat’s attempt to replicate the dance steps with fellow cricketer Ravindra Jadeja during a match, humorously remarked on their performance, offering to teach them the steps for future flawless renditions.

Shah Rukh Khan’s admiration for Virat Kohli goes beyond mere acquaintanceship, as evidenced by their shared experiences and mutual respect. Having collaborated with Anushka Sharma in several successful films like ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’ and ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan,’ Khan’s bond with the couple has only strengthened over the years, culminating in memorable moments both on and off the screen.

As Shah Rukh Khan continues to captivate audiences with his on-screen charisma and versatile performances, his heartfelt acknowledgment of Virat Kohli as ‘Bollywood ka damaad’ not only underscores their enduring friendship but also showcases the harmonious blend of Bollywood and cricket, two pillars of Indian entertainment and culture.

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