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Shah Rukh Khan on Allu Arjun’s Son Singing Lutt Putt Gaya: Encouraging My Children to Rehearse Srivalli – Monomaxos

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Shah Rukh Khan on Allu Arjun’s Son Singing Lutt Putt Gaya: Encouraging My Children to Rehearse Srivalli – Monomaxos

Shah Rukh Khan is highly active on X (formerly Twitter) where he frequently engages with fans and insiders from the film industry. Recently, the superstar responded to Allu Arjun’s son Allu Ayaan singing the track Lutt Putt Gaya from his movie Dunki.

Shah Rukh Khan Allu Arjun Ally Ayaan Lutt Putt Gaya

The footage was posted by a fan page showcasing Allu Ayaan seated in a car, clad in a sports jersey, joyfully singing the chorus of Lutt Putt Gaya.

Responding to the clip, SRK penned, “Thank you little one…you embody both grace and passion!!! Now I have my children rehearsing to sing @alluarjun’s Srivalli…hehe.”


Replying to SRK’s statement, Allu Arjun remarked, “Shah Rukh ji… your kindness is truly heartwarming.” Your endearing message has deeply moved me. Lots of love.”

Shah Rukh Khan Allu Arjun Ally Ayaan Lutt Putt Gaya

In the meantime, Shah Rukh Khan also commemorated the 30th anniversary of his film Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa and expressed, “I genuinely consider this film as the most endearing, affectionate, and joyful film I’ve ever been a part of. When I watch it, I miss everyone involved in the project, particularly my confidant and mentor, Kundan Shah. To the entire ensemble and crew, thank you and lots of love.”

He also responded to John Cena rendering his song Bholi Si Surat. He mentioned: “Thank you both… I adore it and appreciate you @JohnCena. I’ll forward you my latest tracks and I’m looking forward to another duet from the two of you!!! Haha.”

Also See: Shah Rukh Khan Reacts To John Cena Singing Bholi Si Surat: ‘I Will Send You My Latest Songs’



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