False death news of celebrities has become one of the hottest trends these days. Just a few days back, TV actress Shweta Tiwari was “killed” by the internet in a Facebook post. Now, Shah Rukh Khan has become the latest victim of this disturbing and twisted trend.
It all began when a French website reported that SRK died in a plane crash in Paris. Further, they also claimed that the France Civil Aviation had issued a statement condemning the death. Not only this, the website also said that the Raees star died a few hours after his daughter Suhaana’s birthday while travelling in a Gulfstream G550 Jet with his personal assistant and others.
The 51-year-old actor was reported to be travelling for a business meeting when the plane crashed due to turbulent weather. The website claimed that credible government authority -- the France Civil Aviation -- issued a statement saying several flights were turned back after the crash as they couldn’t land and the authorities are investigating the matter. SRK’s "death" stunned Indians and Asians, the website further stated.
People love to gossip and create hype for no reason, but declaring someone dead just to be in the news is just not done. Shah Rukh Khan is one of the most-loved stars of our nation and “killing” him just for fun or extra clicks is intolerable. What is your opinion?