Monday, January 08, 2018 12:39 IST
Shah Rukh Khan who recently shared with his audience the teaser to his much-awaited film Zero had used the verse "टिकटें लिए बैठें हैं लोग मेरी ज़िंदगी की, तमाशा भी पूरा होना चाहिए! " to share the first glimpse of the film.
The teaser received a tremendous response but what drew attention was the lines superstar used in his tweet.
A Poem M Baria claimed to have penned those lines years ago. The poet shared his book "Choti Choti Baatein" with Shah Rukh Khan to draw the actor's attention to his work.
Known to be appreciative of good work and supportive of talent Shah Rukh Khan took to his Social Media to celebrate M Baria's work and wrote; " बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद। आपकी किताब मिली और पढ़कर बहुत अच्छा लगा। सोशल मीडिया पर आपने साबित कर दिया की हर जगह पर अच्छी बातें ही पसंद आती हैं। और `टिक्केटें लिये...` वाली पंक्तियों के लिए भी शुक्रिया ।"
The actor will be seen in a never seen role.The teaser of Zero had garnered a great response from the audience and the critics, it has already crossed 20 million on YouTube and is still trending as no. 1.
The film, releasing on December 21, also features Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif, but the teaser does not divulge anything about their roles.
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