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Watch: Kenya couple enacts Shah Rukh Khan-Kajol, video goes viral

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Published : Sep 13, 2019, 2:58 pm IST
Updated : Sep 13, 2019, 2:58 pm IST

The African couple's lip-synching the song so perfectly that fans can't miss watching.

Kenya's SRK and Kajol. (Photo: Youtube/Twitter)
 Kenya's SRK and Kajol. (Photo: Youtube/Twitter)

Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol are undoubtedly considered as the most loved Bollywood on-screen couples in the world. Their chemistry is still refreshing and fans can't wait to see them again on the big-screen.

Amidst all, Anupam Kher has recently shared a video of an African couple who are indeed SRK and Kajol of their nation, Kenya. Interestingly, Anupam shared a video of Kenya's Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol on Twitter. He wrote, "Presenting #Sharukh and #Kajol from Kenya lip-synching the eternal love song from the eternal #dilwaledulhanialejayenge.” Anupam added that the video has been shared with him ‘by the man who composed the song, @pandit_lalit.’ He finished by declaring, “Music is universal.”

 

In the video, one can see the duo enacting all-time famous romantic song, 'Tujhe Dekha' from blockbuster Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) in which Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol played their iconic characters Raj and Simran respectively. Notably, the African couple's lip-synching the song so perfectly that fans can't miss watching.

 

SRK fans also received this video positively. Meanwhile, Anupam Kher played Shah Rukh Khan's father in DDLJ. Apart from this video, earlier, Nigerian fans of Shah Rukh had also shared a video of themselves singing 'Bholi Si Soorat' from Dil To Pagal Hai and 'Kal Ho Na Ho' title track.

Watch it here:

 

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