Shah Rukh Khan dialogues set Twitter ablaze as #LikeSRKsays trends

The best tweets from the #LikeSRKsays Twitter trend giving us a throwback to Shah Rukh Khan's most memorable dialogues.

FP Staff August 07, 2015 16:03:38 IST
Shah Rukh Khan dialogues set Twitter ablaze as #LikeSRKsays trends

For those of us who grew up on a not-so-healthy diet of Bollywood movies in the 1990s, there are some lines that no body else can mouth like SRK. Throughout his film career, Shah Rukh Khan got to mouth some of the most catchy dialogues which are seared into our memory complete with voice and intonation.

Shah Rukh Khan dialogues set Twitter ablaze as LikeSRKsays trends

SRK thanking fans. Image Credit: Twitter

Be it the sinister 'K..kk...kk...Kiran' from Darr or the classic DDLJ line 'Bade, bade deshon main aisi choti, choti baatien hoti rehti hain, Senorita' or the iconic 'Mujhe states ke naam na sunai dete hai na dikhai dete hai ... sirf ek mulk ka naam sunai deta hai I-N-D-I-A' from Chak De India, SRK quotes have not only been repeated several times but also have become a part of pop culture parlance.

So when #LikeSRKsays started trending on Twitter, it comes as little surprise that Twitteratti belted out the best dialogues in trademark SRK style. Have a look at some of the best tweets #LikeSRKsays

Yash Raj Films, responsible for some of SRK's biggest hits joined in the fun with a throwback to his Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge days.

Truly, no one else can can make filmy dialogues as memorable as Shah Rukh's, he is the 'King of the World', #LikeSRKSays.

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