#SRKvsSRK In the battle between Gaurav and Aryan Khanna, the 'Fan' wins

At Firstpost, we did a poll asking our readers who they preferred between the two characters in Fan.

FP Staff April 15, 2016 16:39:43 IST
#SRKvsSRK In the battle between Gaurav and Aryan Khanna, the 'Fan' wins

It's #FanDay and we're sure most of your social media timelines is filled with people either watching the film, or wanting to watch the film or having an opinion on the film. Heck, we did an entire live blog on it.

However, one of the more crucial questions about the film is which character between Gaurav and Aryan Khanna was liked by audiences. Given that one man has played both characters, it seemed like there would be no clear favourites, but as it turns out, there is.

At Firstpost, we did a poll asking our readers who they preferred between the two characters.

While Gaurav was the clear winner on Twitter, the margin by which he won is interesting. 59 % of our twitter poll users voted for Gaurav, while 15 % chose Aryan and 26 % could not decide.

We also did a poll on Apester, which asked the same question. Again 66 % readers chose Gaurav over Aryan (who only got a 9% vote).

Firstpost's Apoorv Mishra watched Fan at Chandan cinema in Juhu, Mumbai and asked the audience members the same question. Here's what they said:

Let us know who you preferred in the comments below!

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