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Shah Rukh Khan’s home spray-painted. Here are a few absurd cases of fans showing love for their favourite celebrities.

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Amitabh Bachchan’s Kolkata Temple

Amitabh Bachchan’s Kolkata Temple


As weird as it sounds, there actually is a temple in the City of Joy where you can see Amitabh Bachchan being worshipped. The tiles of the temple are adorned with words Jai Shri Amitabh; in place of the idol, you see the pair of white shoes that the actor wore in Agneepath, which rightfully sit on the replica of the chair that the actor used as his throne in Aks. The actor himself has said the act is embarrassing for him, and he has done nothing to be worshipped for.

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‘Shah Rukh Shah Rukh’ On The Wall

‘Shah Rukh Shah Rukh’ On The Wall


Believe it or not, but Lucknow-based Vishal Singh or Vishahrukh Singh as he has christened himself, has adorned every nook and corner of his home by pictures and posters of Shah Rukh Khan. Even the car that he owns has been covered by Khan’s pictures and movie stills from headlight to taillight.
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Shahid Kapoor, On Top Of Europe

Shahid Kapoor, On Top Of Europe


A Russian fan of the Haider actor climbed up to the top of Mount Elbrus, which is the highest mountain peak in Europe, and hoisted a flag with Haider’s poster on the peak. Now that’s crazy, don’t you think? Needless to say, the actor must have been astonished on seeing his fan base and that too in Russia.

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Admiring The God Of Cricket In An Unusual Manner

Admiring The God Of Cricket In An Unusual Manner


Who hasn’t seen a bald man with tricolor painted on his face and entire upper body, attending almost all the matches that the Indian cricket team has played in India in the last decade? Known as the biggest fan of Sachin Tendulkar, this man is Sudhir Kumar, who has dedicated his life to watch Indian cricket team playing. He has also cycled for days at stretch, sometimes crossing borders to go to Bangladesh and Pakistan to watch cricket matches. Sachin himself has sponsored his tickets for several national and international matches.
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The Tattoo Saga For Hrithik Roshan

The Tattoo Saga For Hrithik Roshan


Jyoti Vishwakarma, who appeared in the TV show Live My Life calls herself Hrithik’s Bhakt and not just a fan. To show her love and admiration for the star, Jyoti has his name tattooed on her left arm, and vows to never marry any man, preserving her love for the Greek God himself. She has also fasted on Karvachauth for Hrithik’s long life ever since she was 12 years of age.

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