Netflix India posted a trivia for Shah Rukh Khan fans and it’s too interesting to miss out. We’ve seen some of the quirkiest tweets to come out of this handle and hence the trivia came in as a sweet surprise.
Netflix India tweeted, “Not sure who needs to hear this but there are over 75 hours of Shah Rukh Khan movies currently on the service”
Check out the tweet below:
Not sure who needs to hear this but there are over 75 hours of Shah Rukh Khan movies currently on the service.
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) April 18, 2020
This wasn’t it, the tweet also received some amazing responses. A user commented, “Sab isi month dekh lu? Kya pata kal ho na ho.” Another replied, “This is amazing 😭❤️❤️ gonna watch the whole 75 hours now.”
Some user from Canada complained, Netflix Canada doesn’t have all those movies and said, “Hahahahaahahaahaahha
A gentle reminder, Netflix Canada does NOT!! Dear @Netflix_CA please note!!!”
Shah Rukh Khan recently opened up about the coronavirus outbreak in India and delved into the plight faced by the people.
“India is facing one of its greatest challenges, in our history. With a population of over a billion citizens, the strength of COVID-19 is bound to have a negative impact on the country. Like, it is impacting the rest of the world too,” Shah Rukh said in a video clip.
“Battling this crisis is going to take its toll, and this is the time to take action. Right now, I’m working with a team of people to provide protective equipment, quarantine centres, food and essentials to patients, hospitals and homes. But to beat this worldwide pandemic, the world must come together,” he aWe’ve seen some of the quirkiest tweets to come out of this handle and hence the trivia came in as a sweet surprise.dded.
He continued: “So find out how you can contact World and private sector leaders, and ask them to continue to contribute to WHO’s Solidarity Response Fund, so they can help to continue the hardest of areas and people who desperately need it. India, planet earth, we are one world. I love you, stay strong.”