Shah Rukh gifted a perfect New Year present to his fans by revealing the title of his much-talked about 'dwarf' film. The title of movie helmed by Aanand L Rai was announced in a unique way on Twitter. Soon after the announcement of Zero, fans went berserk and #2Zero18 became top trend. While we are excited to see King Khan essaying the role of a vertically challenged person, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma playing the leading ladies is also making lot of noise. Not only fans but even celebrities couldn't contain their feelings on seeing SRK in such a avatar. Karan Johar to Diana Penty, many took to micro-blogging site to retweet the YouTube link. Amidst all these, some people are pointing at the superstar for copying the introductory line. Many claimed that the lines used by SRK to present the teaser of Zero has been copied from a writer's published work.
Mithelesh Baria, a writer has already written this line in 2015. ''टिकेटें लेकर बैठें हैं मेरी ज़िन्दगी की कुछ लोग …. तमाशा भी भरपूर होना चाहिए,'' is a line from his published book. Baria's friends are trying to draw SRK's attention to the fact that he has copied somebody's else work and hence should give ''due credits''. Check out how netizens are supporting Baria so that he could get his due recognition.
Here's what SRK tweeted
टिकटें लिए बैठें हैं लोग मेरी ज़िंदगी की, तमाशा भी पूरा होना चाहिए!— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) January 1, 2018
As promised, here’s the title of @aanandlrai ‘s film. @AnushkaSharma #KatrinaKaif @RedChilliesEnt @cypplOfficial #2ZERO18 https://t.co/V7xtLY2k5u
And, here's what Baria wrote in 2015
टिकेटें लेकर बैठें हैं मेरी ज़िन्दगी की कुछ लोग .... तमाशा भी भरपूर होना चाहिए .... #mbaria— Hindi (@mithelesh) May 31, 2015
Above lines are so beautiful but it will appear much much beautiful when the actual writer @mithelesh #mbaria will get its due credit.
You being a great actor, art lover, humble n responsible person... We are expecting you to understand this concern.
Thank You!— Siddhant | سدھانت (@Siddhant01) January 3, 2018
https://t.co/4FgU6EutXZ— Rana Safvi رعنا राना (@iamrana) January 2, 2018
The words you have used were written by @mithelesh in 2015.
Dont you feel he deserves credit?
As an artist I'm sure you will gladly acknowledge the work of another @iamsrk pic.twitter.com/uus2OhYafX
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