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Did you know once a crazy fan sneaked into Shah Rukh Khan's 'Mannat' to take a bath in his swimming pool?

It's almost three decades now since a charming-looking guy with a dimpled smile appeared on the screen and won the hearts of millions. Yes, we are talking about the superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who enjoys an ocean of ardent fan following. The level of fandom and devotion of love SRK gets is surely unmatchable. But, do you know there was one super crazy fan of the actor who once broke into his house Mannat and dived into his swimming pool? Yes, you read that right. In an interaction with a news portal, while stating there are a lot of 'intense' stories, his favourite is the funniest encounter he ever had with a fan, King Khan narrated this bizarre incident. He said, 'One night, a person entered the house, he took off his clothes, jumped into my swimming pool and swam. When the security guard caught him asking who he was, he said, 'I don't want anything. I just wanted to bathe in Shah Rukh Khan's swimming pool. I found that very endearing and amusing. When I was called down, I met and hugged him. He did not want any photo or autograph.' Further, while opening up on having such crazy fans, he said, 'My stardom dwells on the fact that I am extremely ordinary, regular person. Maybe that's why my fans are very regular and kind of cool. I am not this awe-inspiring, strong muscular man. I have never had fans, who have scared me.' Meanwhile, on the work front, SRK is all set to return to the big screen after taking a long sabbatical post his last outing 'Zero'. He will next be seen in Siddharth Anand’s much-awaited film, ‘Pathan’, with John Abraham and Deepika Padukone. The Baadshah of Bollywood also has Atlee’s commercial entertainer in his pipeline, co-starring Sanya Malhotra and Nayanthara in lead roles. He will also be making a special appearance in Salman Khan’s 'Tiger 3'.

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