Shah Rukh Khan meets the author of Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh, gives her a note

The author of Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh, Shrayana Bhattacharya met Shah Rukh Khan on Sunday. The actor hosted her at his residence Mannat and also shared a handwritten note with her.

Shrayana Bhattacharya who studied at Delhi University and then Harvard University described Shah Rukh as her hero. She finally met him at Mannat, where the actor spent around an hour with her. He also gave her a signed handwritten note.


Sharing a picture of the note, Shranaya tweeted, “They say you should never meet your heroes. Whoever wrote/thought that had clearly never encountered @iamsrk After meeting him for an hour at Mannat last night, I can only say that he is superhuman, not of this universe, yet the most humane. A million thanks to @poojadadlani02 without whom this would not have happened. The book has finally reached its intended destination: his library at Mannat. Yes, we took photos. But woh kitaab ki one year anniversary par post karenge (Will post our pictures on my book’s one year anniversary) #finallyfoundshahrukh.”

In the note, Shah Rukh Khan shared a heart-felt message, “Thank you for putting me to some good use. My love and thanks to you and all those wonderful women who like me so much. More power to you and your tribe.”

Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh released in 2021, highlighted the lives of young Indian lonely women who are in search of independence and intimacy. The story revolves around the oppression faced by these women and how fangirling over Shah Rukh Khan would give them a much-needed break.

Shah Rukh Khan invites the author of Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh to Mannat


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