MUMBAI: The internet is so ruthless and barbaric when it comes to making the living person dead and that too with an emphatic degree. To everyone’s shock, it killed Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan in a plane crash. It all started when a French website reported about the superstar’s death in a plane crash in Paris. What’s worse is that these fake reports also claim that the France Civil Aviation has issued a statement “condemning the death”.
The actor was reported to be travelling for a business meeting when the plane crashed due to turbulent weather. The website has gone to the extent of saying that it quotes its “credible government authorities” like the France Civil Aviation issuing a statement saying several flights were turned back after the crash as they couldn’t land and the authorities are investigating the matter.
The French website also says that SRK’s death has stunned Indians and Asians- now that more than shocking…isn’t it?
According to India Today, SRK escaped a near-fatal accident on the set of his upcoming film with Aanand L Rai. The crew, along with Khan, were shooting in Film City, Mumbai, when a large portion of the ceiling of the set collapsed. Two crew members were injured in the accident, and were rushed to the hospital. Shah Rukh Khan was seated in another part of the set when the accident happened, says a report in Mumbai Mirror.
A source from the set informed the tabloid, “A prop ladder fell on the makeshift ceiling. The injured crew members were discharged immediately since the injuries were minor. Shooting was stalled for two days and will resume later this week.”
Aanand L Rai and Khan are collaborating on a film for the first time. The yet-untitled project will see SRK playing a dwarf. His leading ladies, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma are to begin shooting soon. However, it’s not the first time that a Bollywood celebrity has been a victim to such death hoax. Earlier this year, death hoax of late veteran actor Vinod Khannna also went viral. Legendry stars like Dilip Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan have also been a victim to this foul trend.