SRK's DU admission form surfaces, 51/100 in English draws interesting responses


To mark the 10th anniversary of his IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), co-owner Shah Rukh Khan was spotted with his three-year-old, gracing the occasion. According to the form, Shah Rukh secured 51 in English.

When a student-run online portal, Delhi University Times, shared the picture of actor Shah Rukh Khan's admission form for Hans Raj College, many went into a trolling tizzy, targeting the actor's "low marks" in English, obtained when he graduated from school.

The admission form of Shah Rukh Khan on Facebook, was shared by a portal related to the Delhi University, DU Times, which is going viral now.

The king of bollywood who has always talked about importance of technology in Indian Cinema to achieve greater heights has said that the success of movie like Baahubali has set an example oh how there is no glory without guts.

Milhaj added, "Through our portal, we inspire students".

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Bollywood Superstar, Shahrukh Khan is undoubtedly one of the most eloquent stars in the industry and his proficiency in English is among the best.

The Hans Raj College principal echoed their sentiments and said to Hindustan Times, "Sharing an admission form is not illegal but making fun of his marks is not right". One can score a 95 in English and still not able to speak fluently! The irony becomes more apparent now that actor just spoke during TED Talks in Vancouver. Students should understand that the scenario was different back then.

Talking about the wonderful VFX of the "Baahubali" series, Shah Rukh Khan praised the efforts that the team has put in the movie to make it a success.

The Dilwale star said that I sell dreams, I have lots of dreams but they never bother me, people all around the world got easily attached with the personal emotions.

His scoring just 51/100 in English has been the topic of discussion since then, with Facebook users commenting on how hard it is to get admission to colleges with such marks and trolling him for his English marks.