"Arre maine bhi kuch nahi khaya"
British Asian actor, Antonio Aakeel, sent a tweet to Shahrukh Khan wishing him happy birthday whilst being outside SRK’s house and got a reply!
Antonio’s tweet was most likely a tongue-and-cheek gesture for some ‘chai and cake’ whilst standing outside Mannat, SRK’s residence, to which SRK replied:
“Arre maine bhi kuch nahi khaya”, meaning, “Hey! I haven’t even had anything to eat yet.”
The SRK reply to the tweet sent by Antonio on 2nd November has attracted lots of likes and replies from SRK fans.
Here is Antonio’s tweet to SRK:
SRK going through his possible millions of tweets from well-wishers for his 52nd birthday evidently enjoyed seeing Antonio’s tweet and replied with a fun toned reply!
Thousands of fans gathered outside of SRK’s house to wish him well and birthday wishes.
To which he replied “A ray of sunshine… A sea of love… Thank you all for the happiness you bring every year!”
Antonio was also there to wish SRK his personal birthday wishes.
In an exclusive interview with DESIblitz, Antonio confessed that is favourite Bollywood actor was Shahrukh Khan and also that Priyanka Chopra is his ideal woman. His favourite SRK film is the 2005 release Paheli because he adores the magic of King Khan in this movie.
Born in a Punjabi family in the UK, Antonio is on his journey to rising success as a British Asian actor.
Starting his career in TV shows such as Skins (Channel 4) and Doctors (BBC), Antonio Aakeel moved into films. He starred in City of Tiny Lights with Riz Ahmed and The Hungry (2017).
He appears in three upcoming movies which are in pre-production. Starring as Nitin Ahuja in the Tomb Raider reboot, Omar in Eaten by Lions and Ben in Granada Nights.
Shahrukh Khan appeared in two movies in 2017, namely, Jab Harry met Sejal and Raees.
He is currently working on new projects for 2018 and 2019, including Koochie Koochie Hota Hai, where SRK lends his voice as ‘Rocky’ in this animated version of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Operation Khukri slated to release in 2019, where SRK plays an Indian soldier in a historical visit to a UN peacekeeping mission in Sierra Leone which involved Indian soldiers.
As for the tweet from Antonio Aakeel and the reply from SRK, let’s hope one day they might share some ‘chai and cake’ maybe in a movie together!