Shah Rukh Khan Asks Twitterati If He Should 'grow His Hair', Fans Speculate 'Don 3'

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Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan recently took to Twitter and asked his fans for their suggestion on his hairstyle. Netizens gave a big nod to his idea drawing reference to his old long hair days.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan who has won the hearts of the audience with mesmerizing acting over years is known to be very close to his fans. Proving it yet again, the actor took to Twitter on Monday asked his fans for their suggestion on his hairstyle. Sharing a selfie of him donning a navy blue hoodie and a pair of sunglasses, the actor asked if he should let his hair grow for another few months. He captioned the post saying, "Should I just let the hair grow for another few months??!"

Here's the post:

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Netizens gave a big nod to his idea drawing reference to his old long hair days. Sharing his looks from films like 'Don 2' and 'Chak De India' where he aced long hair, fans welcomed his idea with a big yes.

Here's how netizens have responded to his post:

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SRK's question has raised the expectation of the audience who are eagerly waiting for a sequel of 'Don 2'. 

Shah Rukh Khan's 'Don' franchise produced Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani was a massive hit. Rumours of the making of 'Don 3' is going on rounds for quite a while now. As per media reports, recently producer Ritesh Sidhwani opened up about the same and said that producers are discussing a sequel. However, he was unsure about when the film is going on floors. 



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