When a man grabbed Shah Rukh Khan’s leg on stage, refused to let go | Bollywood

Actor Shah Rukh Khan has millions of fans across the globe and not everyone is always on his best behavior. The actor has had his own share of bad fan encounters but some are a little more memorable than others. (Also Read: Shah Rukh Khan fans dig up old video of his humble reply on never leaving Bollywood)

In 2011, Shah Rukh was invited to the Indian International Film Awards (IIFA) held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Canada. When hosts Boman Irani, Riteish Deshmukh called Shah Rukh on stage, a fan rushed. Dressed in a formal black suit, Shah Rukh fell to his feet, holding his leg and refusing to leave. Shahrukh repeatedly told him that his leg hurt, be careful.

When security arrived on stage and tried to pull the man away from Shah Rukh, the actor told them to be gentle. “Aap que aise kheech rahe ho, bura lagra hai (Why are you dragging like this, it looks bad),” he told them. Shahrukh promised to meet fans backstage, telling them that he wants to be an actor. In the audience, Priyanka Chopra, Anupam Kher, Anushka Sharma and Ranveer Singh were all shocked at what was happening.

That year, Shah Rukh won the Best Actor Award for My Name Is Khan. Anushka won Best Actress for Band Baja Baaraat and Ranveer won Best Debut Male for the same film.

A few years back, actor Kajol had spoken about Shahrukh and his fans and how he has always been polite to them. Kajol shared the stage with Shah Rukh and said about him in 2015, “Shah Rukh Khan is the only actor, even if we come from the airport at 3 in the morning, wherever we go, he has traveled or he is sick, has fever. , he stops, he gives each fan a photograph and honors each one.

He further told ABP News, “They make sure the women are comfortable, their bodyguards don’t talk rudely to anyone. He takes care of his fans, he loves his fans despite everything.

Shahrukh will next be seen in Pathan, Dunki and Jawaan. The three films mark his return to full-time acting after a hiatus of nearly four years.

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