Shah Rukh Khan Fans Burst Crackers Inside Theatre During ADHM


This Diwali saw the release of Karan Johar’s big-budget drama, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. The movie which primarily stars, Ranbir Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Anushka Sharma, also boasts of a number of special appearances like Imran Abbas, Lisa Haydon, Neha Dhupia, Alia Bhatt, and none other than superstar Shah Rukh Khan. SRK’s cameo was one of the USPs of the film but yesterday an incident took fandom to a whole new level. A bunch of ardent Shah Rukh Khan fans burst crackers inside a theatre screening Ae Dil Hai Mushkil in Malegaon, Nashik.

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SRK Fans Burst Crackers During ADHM Screening

Shah Rukh Khan’s last film, Fan was a major disappointment at the box office. This much-talked about cameo is one of his latest movie endeavours and hence has been the talk of the B-town. When SRK appeared on screen for the first time, these fans created a major chaos inside the theatre hall by bursting crackers on the ground floor.

Now a video of the horrendous incident is viral on the internet. As per the authorities, the power of the crackers was such that could easily bring down the theatre if timely action had not been taken. Thankfully, the screening was disrupted and the police was called to handle the matter.

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Coincidentally, a similar incident had taken place last year during December when Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale had hit the theatres. Firecrackers were burst in a theatre in Malegaon and the cops had to intervene. Now only time will tell if the same group of people are the cause behind both the incidents.

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Box Office Collection – Rs 121.21 crore

Karan Johar’s movie has managed to impress the audiences as well as the critics. The movie is doing well at the ticket windows of movie theatres and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Total Box Office Collection till now is a whopping Rs 121.21 crore.

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