Shah Rukh Khan dances his heart out to Na Ja in unseen video. Watch | Bollywood

Shah Rukh Khan hasn’t been on screen for a long time, so his rare glimpses keep his fans busy. Recently, a video of the actor shaking his leg to a Punjabi song surfaced on the internet and immediately won the hearts of the fans. Fans called the video adorable and said Shah Rukh’s dance moves were perfect. Read also| Shah Rukh Khan dances to Kuch Kuch Hota Hai song at Karan Johar’s birthday party

On Friday, a fan page shared an undated video of Shah Rukh dancing his heart to Pav Dharia’s popular song Na Ja (2017). Shah Rukh, who was in a black T-shirt, even made his own crochet steps on the song while adapting them to the lyrics. From gesturing to make chapatis to displaying ‘nakhra’ (tantrums), Shah Rukh did it all while dancing to the Punjabi song. It is not clear when and where the video was recorded.

Fans poured love on the video and were happy to see the actor having fun. Someone tweeted: “This is beautiful..is this dance for a movie or is Shah Rukh just having fun?” Another said: “He dances so gracefully and cute. Even so his moves are perfect. I love seeing him so happy, comfortable and free to be himself.” A third wrote, “Relieves even during the most stressful times. That’s King’s strength.” Several called the video “cute” and “beautiful.” One wrote to Shah Rukh, “My darling.”

Shah Rukh’s last full-length role was in Aanand L Rai’s 2018 film Zero, which starred him alongside Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. After a long hiatus, he made a guest appearance in R Madhavan’s film Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, which came out last month.

The actor has three releases planned next year. Siddharth Anands Pathaan, which also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham, is scheduled for a theatrical release on January 25. His next release is Atlee’s Jawan on June 2. Dunki, his first collaboration with filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani, starring opposite Taapsee Pannu for the first time, will hit the screens on December 22.

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