SRK tweets from Berlin about 19th wedding anniversary (Movie Snippets)

Monday, October 25, 2010

NEW DELHI - Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is shooting for the sequel to “Don - The Chase Begins Again” in Berlin, tweets about completing 19 years of marriage with Gauri.

“Wedding anniversary today (Monday)… 19 years of togetherness and two angels to show for it. By far our best productions,” SRK posted on Twitter in his signature tongue-in-cheek fashion.

The 44-year-old and father of two - Aryan and Suhana - is also busy learning new ropes in the German capital for “Don - The Chase Continues”, which is being directed by Farhan Akhtar and also stars Om Puri, Priyanka Chopra and Kunal Kapoor.

“Learnt scuba diving… base flying… fast driving (crashed also once)… gyming… old songs… ps3 (PlayStation 3) soccer beat Boman (Irani) and Ritesh (Deshmukh)… (Farhan & me) happy (sic),” he posted.


Why is Akshay Kumar upset?

Star Akshay Kumar is upset and disturbed on finding out that his dogs were being ill-treated by the help.

“I had a bit of a disturbing Sunday, I found out that the very man I’ve hired to take care of my dog and my son’s new puppy has been mistreating and kicking them behind my back (sic),” Akshay posted on Twitter.

“I can’t tell you how distressed that makes me feel that my own beloved pets were being hurt. All I can say is I’ve made sure that it will never happen again… It’s disgusting that any human could mistreat any animal… I’m just very upset, my dogs are part of my family and I can’t bear to see them being hurt in any way (sic),” he added.


Boman’s autograph!

Boman Irani is on “top of the world” cycling and learning his lines in Berlin for “Don - The Chase Continues” — and to add to his halcyon moments in the German capital are his fans.

“…warm and sweet people of Berlin. You treat me great. Every street corner every restaurant. Love and smiles,” he posted on Twitter.

“Fan takes pic with me. Next day she makes print. I sign it and take a pic of us holding up that pic. Tomorrow I sign that one,” he added.

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