Shah Rukh Khan just sang a Bhojpuri song for Anushka Sharma and you can't miss to watch it

Shah Rukh Khan sang a Bhojpuri song for Anushka Sharma while promoting Jab Harry Met Sejal in Varanasi and you can't afford to miss it

Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Imtiaz Ali are on a promotional spree and are leaving no stones unturned to promote Jab Harry Met Sejal. The trio visited the spiritual capital of India, Varanasi on Monday, July 31 and were accompanied by famous Bhojpuri singer, actor and politician Manoj Tiwari. In the presence of Tiwari, the ambiance got musical. He sang the popular song Lipstick and it was Shah Rukh who followed him. SRK tried to woo Anushka by singing the song.

The actors were also seen soaking in the best of the city as they relished on Banarasi Paan. While driving through the streets of the city, SRK along with Anushka and Imtiaz made an impromptu stop at a local paan wala to taste the flavour the city of Banaras had to offer.

The trio was pleasantly surprised to learn that the shop was a 70-year-old, named Tambulam Paan shop. They then savored on chilled meetha paan from the vendor. Jab Harry Met Sejal team is visiting cities across the country to connect with the masses. After visiting Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Jodhpur and Jaipur, the team went all the way to Varanasi.

Check out SRK singing Bhojpuri song for Anushka here:

Presented by Red Chillies Entertainment, Jab Harry Met Sejal is all set to release on August 4.

Also read: The ticket price of Shah Rukh Khan’s Jab Harry Met Sejal is more than your costliest pair of jeans

Jab Harry Met Sejal marks Shah Rukh Khan’s third collaboration with Anushka Sharma after Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and Jab Tak Hai Jaan. The duo will share the screen space again in Aanand L Rai’s untitled film that also features Katrina Kaif.

Also read: Listening to Hawayein from Jab Harry Met Sejal on loop? Composer Pritam tells why the song is special

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