Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan decided to conduct a Q&A session on Twitter on Tuesday, and as expected his fans from around the world soon trended #AskSRK on the micro-blogging website.
Considering how he is never short of wit, SRK entertained everyone with his replies.
And the best one came when he was asked by someone to burn CDs of his movie Ra.One.
Ra.One released in 2011 to poor reviews and poorer collection
For those who are unaware, SRK released Ra.One in 2011. It turned out to be a dud at the box office.
Critics panned the Anubhav Sinha directorial, in which SRK played the role of a superhero.
Talking about the movie's reception, SRK once said, "I can't force anyone to like my film, but I liked Ra.One and the audience rejection broke my heart."
Don't rub salt on wounds: SRK told a Twitter user
So, when SRK conducted the AMA session, a Twitter user with handle @1sInto2s asked him to burn its CDs.
The actor promptly replied with, "Arre kitna jale pe namak chidhoge!!"
Interestingly, during the same interaction, SRK revealed Ra.One is the movie which his son AbRam loves.
When asked about his future plans, SRK said he is working on something.
After SRK's reply, a film distributor called Ra.One "game-changer"
Come on sir. I still believe #RaOne was a massive game changer for the Hindi film fraternity. You’ve single handedly given a kickstart to a genre that was completely untapped showed what VFX can do for our cinema. It’s a film that we should all be proud of. #AskSRK