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Fan Dug Shah Rukh’s Old Tweets When He Tried To Teach His Son Grammar & It Made Us Nostalgic

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Fan Dug Shah Rukh’s Old Tweets When He Tried To Teach His Son Grammar & It Made Us Nostalgic

Today is a very special day for the Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan as it is his daughter, Suhana Khan’s birthday and the girl who is going to make her Bollywood debut with Zoya Akhtar directed “The Archies” has turned 22 today.

We have seen Shah Rukh playing many characters in movies and it won’t be wrong to say that he has played all the roles to the perfection whether it is of a college-going student, a husband, a gangster, a lover, etc. but he has also played the role of a father in real life to the perfection.

Being a doting father, SRK is very concerned about his kids and in the year 2010, he even tried to teach his kids English grammar but when he faced problems, he took to Twitter and asked for help from his followers.

At that time, the “Fan” actor asked his fans to make him understand how to teach phrase and clauses to his kids and at the same time, he also made it clear that he knew nothing about predicate. One Twitter user unearthed the old tweets of SRK and posted them on his Twitter handle.

Here are the tweets in which SRK expressed his inability to teach his son phrases and clauses of the English grammar:

He even went on to call phrases and clauses a ploy of the British to keep the Indians busy so that they can rule their country. To add humour to his tweets, he also asked the predicate to go away:

At last, the King of Romance gave up and decided that he would like to be a learner of emotions and dramatic pauses rather than becoming a poet who is well-versed in phrases and clauses. Some of his dialogues such as “kkk stammer is better than grammar” made people go ROFL at that time and in the present times as well.

Check out the tweet:

This is how his fans reacted over it:











Even SRK fails sometimes!!!!

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