Modi as PM: Shah Rukh Khan clears the air over fake Twitter account controversy

Mumbai, May 21: Bollywood megastar Shahrukh Khan on Monday cleared the air over fake tweets going viral that he will leave India if Narendra Modi becomes prime minister of India.

The angry, SRK, took to the microblogging site Twitter, to trash away the rumours about the alleged statement.

There was a buzz in the social media that the 48-year-old actor had apparently tweeted that he will leave India if Modi becomes Prime Minister, a claim that Shahrukh denied.

Shahrukh, who is known to speak very intelligently, gracefully and diplomatically, especially in front of media, has said that "he has never said anything to hurt India".

In fact, on May 16, SRK tweeted, "What a solid mandate given by the people. It proves again that the only constant is change. Now to move forward with strong and active faith, India."

It should be noted that even his interviews post 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and other incidents were very mature and sensible, without any arrogance.

Recently, a controversial and "attention-seeker" actor Kamaal Rashid Khan left India on May 16, when Lok Sabha results were declared, as "he had promised that if Modi becomes PM, then he will leave India".

KRK, who gained fame by starring in 'Deshdrohi' film, even tweeted his picture with Pakistan former cricketer Shoaib Akhtar, while sitting in a plane.

Kamal R Khan, a former 'Bigg Boss' contestant, unnecessarily dragged Shahrukh into Modi controversy by posting another tweet, further, triggering the confusion that SRK, might have made such a statement.

He even attached a screenshot of fake Twitter account of Shahrukh. Here are some tweets that KRK posted:

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