Shah Rukh's fanboy tribute to Rajinikanth, Sachin Tendulkar | Memsaab.com

SRK paid a tribute to his own real-life heroes, in true fanboy-style.The actor tweeted to Tamil actor Rajinikanth: Rajni Sir, I’m not a star, but just one of your countless fans Thalaiva.

For Sachin Tendulkar SRK's tribute began with 'Aila', the catchphrase famously used by the cricket maestro in the 1999 Pepsi commercial featuring Sachin himself, Shane Warne and Carl Hooper.

For Sachin Tendulkar  SRK's tribute began with 'Aila', the catchphrase famously used by the cricket maestro in the 1999 Pepsi commercial featuring Sachin himself, Shane Warne and Carl Hooper.
Shah Rukh Khan also paid tribute to the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi with a dubbed version in Gujarati.
 

Shah Rukh, 50, idolised the world over by millions of fans, just paid a tribute to his own real-life heroes, in true fanboy-style.

Shah Rukh, 50, idolised the world over by millions of fans, just paid a tribute to his own real-life heroes, in true fanboy-style.
In This Image: Rajinikanth, Shah Rukh Khan
The actor has individually dedicated six dubbed versions of the Jabra song from his upcoming film Fan to Rajinikanth, Yash Chopra, Sachin Tendulkar, people of Kolkata and Bhojpuri singer Manoj Tiwari.

SRK confessed he was Yash Chopra's 'eternal fan.' Two of them worked together in a string of blockbusters including Dil Toh Pagal Hai, Veer Zaara and Jab Tak Hai Jaan.

SRK confessed he was Yash Chopra's 'eternal fan.' Two of them worked together in a string of blockbusters including Dil Toh Pagal Hai, Veer Zaara and Jab Tak Hai Jaan.
In This Image: Shah Rukh Khan, Yash Chopra
Swades actor SRK said 'I love you' to the people of Kolkata, in true film style.

Happy New Year star SRK, who plays an obsessive fan in the Maneesh Sharma-directed film, told Rajinikanth he was just 'one of your countless fans.'

Happy New Year star SRK, who plays an obsessive fan in the Maneesh Sharma-directed film, told Rajinikanth he was just 'one of your countless fans.'
For Sachin Tendulkar, SRK's tribute began with 'Aila', the catchphrase famously used by the cricket maestro in the 1999 Pepsi commercial featuring Sachin himself, Shane Warne and Carl Hooper.